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England 204/7 after 47.1 Overs: England beat India by three wickets at the WACA in Perth to enter the final of the Carlton MID tri-series where they will meet hosts Australia. England’s victory was a result of one good partnership between James Taylor and Jos Buttler which helped them come out of a difficult situation in the match. Also Read - AUS vs ENG Dream11 Team Prediction Ashes 1st Test: Captain, Fantasy Cricket Hints, Probable Playing 11s- Australia vs England, Team News For Today's Test at Brisbane Cricket Ground at 5.30 AM IST December 8 Wednesday

England 196/7 after 46 Overs: There still seems some life exists in the match as India manage to get another breakthrough with less than 10 runs needed for England to win in almost five overs. Jos Buttler is out and there are two new batsmen at the crease. Jos Buttler c Rayudu b Mohammed Shami 67 (78)

England 191/6 after 43.1 Overs: Against the run of play, England nearly lose a wicket. Jos Buttler and James Taylor continue to survive as England coast towards victory. They have bailed out England from dire straits, putting on a half-century each and a century partnership for the sixth wicket. However, Mohit Sharma comes back to strike on the first ball of the next over. James Taylor c Binny b Sharma 82 (122b)

England 148/5 after 38 Overs: James Taylor and Jos Buttler look in no sort of discomfort as England have gained a dominant hand in the match. With less than 60 runs needed off 12 overs, India need a couple of quick wickets to pull things back. Mohammed Shami and Mohit Sharma aren’t posing any threat to the batsmen. Jos Buttler is moving close to his half-century.

England 130/5 after 33 Overs: James Taylor has played a brilliant knock today, scoring a much-needed half-century to save his place in the side and also team’s chances in the tournament. The sixth wicket partnership has added a half-century stand already. James Taylor and Jos Buttler are not looking in any sort of discomfort. With Stuart Broad and Chris Woakes to follow, England have seized the initiative back.

England 106/5 after 28 Overs: England have gone past the 100-run mark as James Taylor and Jos Buttler have consolidated the English innings. The pace of the pitch is more predictable. Singles are coming easily and the bounce is more predictable. Mohit Sharma has also been brought into the attack, but the English batsmen seen to be comfortable against him.

England 86/5 after 24 Overs: Mahendra SIngh Dhoni has introduced Mohammed Shami back into the attack. Ravindra Jadeja has also replaced Axar Patel as England batsmen are scoring runs a slightly more fluently. They are taking a few risky singles, but luck seems to be on their side so far.

England 66/5 after 20 Overs: Strike three for Stuart Binny as the all-rounder continues his brilliant form in the series. Ravi Bopara is out playing on the up and giving an easy catch to Ravindra Jadeja. England’s innings is falling apart against some disciplined bowling on helpful conditions for bowling. Ravi Bopara c Jadeja b Binny 4 (6b)

England 54/4 after 18 Overs: Stuart Binny strikes again. The medium pacer is having the English batsmen in all sorts of trouble. The ball stays hold as Eoin Morgan is early into the shot and mistimes the ball to mid  where Shikhar Dhawan takes an easy catch. Eoin Morgan c Dhawan b Binny 2 (13b)

England 52/3 after 17 Overs: Indian bowlers have managed to tighten up the screws and dry up the run rate. Left-arm spinner Axar Patel is managing to to extract awkward bounce making it difficult for the batsmen to negotiate his bowling and score runs off it. Meanwhile, Stuart Binny has managed to get the wicket of Joe Root. Joe Root c & b Binny 3 (2b)

England 40/2 after 12.1 Overs: Axar Patel is brought into the attack and he takes a wicket rightaway. The left-arm spinner drags the ball back as Moeen Ali looks to dance down the track and chip the ball. He ends up giving a rather easy catch to Ambati Rayudu at long off. India strikes for the second time as they look to get back into the game. Moeen Ali c Rayudu b Patel 17 (34b)

England 35/1 after 10 Overs: Indian bowlers have come back well following the dismissal of Ian Bell. The fielding has been up to the mark and the bowlers have also bowled a tight line, restricting the English batsmen from scoring freely. The run rate has been brought under control with Moeen Ali and James Taylor, two free-scoring batsmen, at the crease

England 14/1 after 3.5 Overs: Mohit Sharma traps Ian Bell in front of stumps with the ball keeping low. India scalps their first wicket with in form player Ian Bell. Ian Bell lbw b Sharma 10 (13b)

England 5/0 after 1 Over: England openers Moeen Ali and Ian Bell come in to chase down the target of 201 with easy 4 runs per over target. This looks easy oncomings for in form Bell and Moeen Ali.

India 200 all-out in 48.1 overs Steven Finn gets the final wicket and fourth of his match as the final wicket stand comes to an end after an entertaining partnership of 30 runs.  Mohammed Shami c †Buttler b Woakes 25 (18b)

India 190/9 in 47 over While the Indian top-order has failed, the tail-enders are providing some entertainment batting the way only tail-enders do. Unconventional, funny, lusty shots. Mohammed Shami is providing some entertainment. They have already added a quick 20-run partnership.

India 170/9 in 45 over A bit to the right and some to the left; the cordon behind the stumps are having a great day, with constant flow of catching opportunities coming their way. Axar Patel perishes trying to play on the up at a delivery outside the off-stump and gives a chance to Ian bell who takes a good catch at slips. India’s last wicket pair at the crease- Mohammed Shami and Mohit Sharma. Axar Patel c Bell b Finn 1 (5b)

India 165/8 in 44 over Ravindra Jadeja throws his wicket away with things already going out of hand for India. The openers had done well to negotiate the initial period when runs weren’t coming easily. However, following the departure of Shikhar Dhawan, England have dominated the game. Mohit Sharma has come out to the middle, to give company to Axar Patel. Ravindra Jadeja c Finn b Broad 5 (9b)

India 163/7 in 43 over James Anderson comes back into the attack and strikes rightaway. Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni is struck on his pads right in front of the stumps as he fails to negotiate the ball that keeps low after pitching. Axar Patel has come out to bat. The left-hander is a more than handy willow wielder, but he has failed to perform with the bat outside India. Alongside, Ravindra Jadeja with whom he is most likely to fight it out for a place in the world Cup squad, Patel will have to bail India out today. MS Dhoni lbw b Anderson 17 (32)

India 160/6 in 41 over Stuart Binny fails to perform this time around as Indian batting yet again struggles against English bowlers. More than good bowling, it is about the batsmen’s inability to come to terms with the pitch which has good bounce, but a slow pace. However, MS Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja have rescued the Indian side time and again at the death overs. Stuart Binny c Bell b Finn 7 (12b)

India 136/5 in 36 over India’s batting misery continues. Ajinkya Rahane, the only batsmen who looked anywhere close to comfortable at the WACA pitch perishes poking at a delivery outside the off-stump. Yet again, Jos Buttler is safe on duty as he pouches the catch. This is an ideal opportunity for the likes of Stuart Binny, Ravindra Jadeja and Axar Patel to stand up and contribute with the bat. Ajinkya Rahane c †Buttler b Finn 73 (101b)

India 134/4 in 35 overs Ambati Rayudu fails to get going as he edges a delivery just outside his off-stump to the wicketkeeper Jos Buttler, who takes an easy catch. Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni comes out to bat as Ajinkya Rahane continues to run out of partners. The run rate has subsided yet again. Ajinkya Rahane, meanwhile, has steadily moved on to 72 runs in 99 balls. Ambati Rayudu c †Buttler b Broad 12 (17b)

India 107/3 in 29.1 overs Suresh Raina throws his wicket away just as India were looking to resurrect their innings following the dismissal of Virat Kohli. A lot of good work by the openers Shikhar Dhawan aand Ajinkya Rahane has gone for a toss as India has lost three wickets in quick succession. Yet again, Suresh Raina falls to Moeen Ali, who continues to torment the Indians, Ambati Rayudu has come out to bat at Number 5. Suresh Raina c Woakes b Ali 1 (5b)

India 105/2 in 28 overs Yet again, Virat Kohli fails in the series. The poor form of the Indian vice-captain isn’t a pleasant news for the Indian team management going into the World Cup. He hasn’t been in good form in the ODI series after  immense success in the test series against australia. Nonetheless, Ajinkya Rahane is going along well with Suresh Raina joining him at the crease for company. Virat Kohli c Root b Ali 8 (19b)

India 95/1 in 25 overs Ajinkya Rahane has managed to reach his half-century – his eighth in ODIS – after getting off to a slow and scratchy start. Meanwhile, the Indian team management has thrown in another surprise by bringing on Virat Kohli at the fall of the first wicket, after making him play at Number 4 for around six-seven matches.

India 83/1 in 20.1 overs Chris Woakes comes back into the attack, replacing Steve Finn and strikes rightaway off the first ball of his second over. Shikhar Dhawan tries to cut at a delivery just outside the off-stump and ends up getting an outside edge to teh wicketkeeper Jos Buttler, who takes an easy catch. Shikhar Dhawan c †Buttler b Woakes 38 (65b)

India 69/0 in 18 overs Moeen Ali is in operation as Indian openers have managed to post a good first-wicket partnership despite a slow and scratchy start. however, they are looking awkward with their defense even against the off-spinner, who isn’t getting much turn from the track. However, the bounce seems to be troubling the batsmen.

India 54/0 in 14 overs India have gone past the 50-run mark in the 14th over. Even as the runs are not coming easily, both the Indian openers Ajinkya Rahane an Shikhar Dhawan have been running quickly between the wickets. England skipper Eoin Morgan has made changes from both the ends. Stuart Broad and Steven Finn have replaced James Anderson and Chris Woakes from the respective ends.

India 24/0 in 10 overs James Anderson has been especially miserly, going for just three runs off his first four overs. The ball is not coming onto the bat easily, making it difficult for the batsmen to get going. The slow run rate has frustrated the Indian openers and made them play quite a few risky shots. Nonetheless, they have done well to not lose any wickets . At the end of 10 overs, they have managed to reach

India 24/0 in 8 overs Ajinkya Rahane has got off to a slow start, but is looking to be too aggressive against the English bowlers who are pitching it surprisingly fuller. However, Ajinkya Rahane much like Shikhar Dhawan, is failing to middle the ball well. The batsmen are trying too hard to score too many runs and increase the run rate.

India 18/0 in 6 overs Shikhar Dhawan hasn’t wasted much time to get into the groove and go after the bowler. He chooses to attack Chris Woakes and push the run rate back into a more ODI mode. Ajinkya Rahane , meanwhile, is rotating the strike easily. Nine runs scored off the next two overs.

India 9/0 in 4 overs Ajinkya Rahane and Shikhar Dhawan have come out to open the innings for India. There is already good bounce and movement available from the WACA pitch and Indian openers have got off to a cautious start. with this being possibly the last international match ahead of the World Cup, Shikhar Dhawan is already under the radar of the selectors following a string of poor scores.

England skipper Eoin Morgan won the toss and elected to field against India in the sixth one-Day International (ODI) match of the Carlton MID tri-series at the WACA, Perth on Friday. They ahve named an unchanged squad for the last match of the league stage.

England (Playing XI): Ian Bell, Moeen Ali, James Taylor, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Ravi Bopara, Jos Buttler(w), Chris Woakes, Stuart Broad, James Anderson, Steven Finn

Hello and welcome to the live cricket score updates of the sixth One-Day International (ODI) match of the Carlton MID tri-series between India and England at the Western Australian Cricket Stadium (WACA) in Perth on Friday. With the previous encounter of the tri-series being washed off due to rain, the final match of the league phase becomes a virtual do-or-die encounter. Net Run rate and Bonus Points will have no impact on which team qualifies or the final.

The last India were in such a situation in a tri-series in Australia, Virat Kohli had helped India chase down a total in excess of 320 within 40 overs against Sri Lanka at Hobart. This time only victory or defeat matters. India’s morale will be down coming into the sixth match of tri-series without a single win under their belt in over two months of their Australian tour. Watch the Free Live Streaming of India vs England, 6th ODI here

England, on the oter hand, look a settled unit. However, they have been reluctant in experimenting with their reserve players. The likes of Gary Ballance, Alex Hales and James Tredwell haven’t got their chances during the tri-series. With this being possibly their last international match ahead of the world Cup, skipper eoin Morgan might be tempted to give them a go in the crucial encounter against India.

Meanwhile India’s struggle continues with Shikhar Dhawan’s poor form stretching and Virat Kohli and skipper MS Dhoni yet to regain their vintage touch. Catch the revised schedule of the India-Australia-England tri-series here

India (From): Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Ambati Rayudu, Virat Kohli, Suresh Raina, MS Dhoni(c/w), Stuart Binny, Ravindra Jadeja, Axar Patel, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma, Ravichandran Ashwin, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohit Sharma, Umesh Yadav, Dhawal Kulkarni

England (From): Ian Bell, Moeen Ali, James Taylor, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan, Ravi Bopara, Jos Buttler, Chris Woakes, Stuart Broad, Steven Finn, James Anderson, Chris Jordan, Alex Hales, James Tredwell