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  • 9:52 PM IST

    India vs West Indies 2nd ODI Live Updates: Shai Hope ton helps Windies tie the match in the last over went down to the last ball of the match and he hit a boundary to help Windies tie the match.

  • 9:36 PM IST

    India vs West Indies 2nd ODI Live Updates: Shami bowls a stupendous over under pressure, concedes only six. Windies 308/6 in 49 overs vs IND

  • 9:31 PM IST

    India vs West Indies 2nd ODI Live Updates: Windies need 20 off 12 balls. They need boundaries.

  • 9:27 PM IST

    India vs West Indies 2nd ODI Live Updates: OUTTT… Just when India needed it. Holder is gone to a runout but Hope is still carrying the hopes of Windies single-handedly. Windies 300/6 in 47.2 overs vs IND

  • 9:14 PM IST

    India vs West Indies 2nd ODI Live Updates: Century for Hope as he keeps the fight on. Well played as he paced it to perfection, now it is time to take Windies home. Can he do that? He will surely need support. Windies 290/5 in 45.1 overs vs IND

  • 8:59 PM IST

    India vs West Indies 2nd ODI Live Updates: Hope is carrying the Windies hope as he is inching closer to what will be a brilliant and timely hundred. He needs support from the other end and if he gets that from Holder, Windies could challenge India’s 321 or even better it. Windies 267/5 in 42.3 overs vs IND

  • 8:16 PM IST

    India vs West Indies 2nd ODI Live Updates: Hetmyer fell six short of what would have been his second century of the series. It was a rank long-hop from Yuzvendra Chahal which was top-edged by Hetmyer who found Kohli take the catch. Hop and Hetmyer stitched a partnership of 143 runs. Windies 221/4 in 31.5 overs vs IND

  • 8:04 PM IST

    India vs West Indies 2nd ODI Live Updates: Windies bring up 200 runs and look good to go all the way, Hope and Hetmyer seem to be playing the innings of their life. Windies have their noses in front as for the first time the required rate for the visitors is below six runs per over. Windies 205/3 in 30 overs vs IND

  • 7:43 PM IST

    India vs West Indies 2nd ODI Live Updates: Hetmyer is going for it, most of his runs are coming on the leg side, he is dealing in sixes and India look in a spot of bother for the first time in this match. Hetmyer, meanwhile, is looking good for his second century in the series. Windies 178/3 in 25.4 overs vs IND

India vs West Indies, Highlights: Shai Hope ton helps Windies tie the match in the last over went down to the last ball of the match and he hit a boundary to help Windies tie the match. With India’s batting in red-hot form, they were looking to extend their dominance and take a 2-0 lead against the West Indies when the two sides lock horns in the second One-day International (ODI) on Wednesday. In the five-match series, Virat Kohli and Co. have won the first ODI in Guwahati with ridiculous ease despite the Windies managing to post a mammoth total of 322/8 thanks to Shimron Hetmyer’s swashbuckling century. Also Read - Pakistan Captain Babar Azam Talks About Comparison With Virat Kohli

Rohit Sharma (151 not out) and Virat Kohli (140) helped the hosts gun down the target with 47 balls to spare, smashing a few records in the process. If captain Kohli adds another 81 runs to his already peerless tally, he will become the fastest batsman to 10,000 runs in this format, surpassing batting legend Sachin Tendulkar. Tendulkar took 259 innings to reach the landmark while Kohli has so far batted 204 times. Also Read - Don’t Think Captaincy a Burden For Virat Kohli: Harbhajan Singh Feels Indian Skipper Leads From Front

On a flat deck, Indian bowlers did not fare well but the top order took the game away from their rivals in style. Under fire Mahendra Singh Dhoni will look to get some runs in the second ODI but against this toothless Windies attack, it is unlikely whether the veteran stumper, who is not in the best of form, will get an opportunity to bat.

India could draft in chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav, who did not play in the opening game, to replace Khaleel Ahmed, who looked out of sorts against Hetmyer. For the visitors, the seasoned Marlon Samuels is part of the squad but he perished quickly in the first match.

Pace spearhead Kemar Roach is back after missing the Test series due to bereavement in the family, but he could not inspire the team first up. Roach will get another opportunity on Wednesday, and so will the likes of Devendra Bishoo, and skipper Jason Holder himself. (Read Full Preview – 2nd ODI)