IND vs ENG: Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma through the second ODI, on the MCA Stadium in Pune.© AFP
A cautious strategy with the bat through the first 40 overs may cost India the ODI World Cup at residence in two years time, reckons former England skipper Michael Vaughan. India have all the time adopted the template of accelerating within the closing 10 overs. It has labored on most events however of late, England with a world title has proven that attacking up entrance on batting tracks is the way in which ahead. Within the first two ODIs, India adopted an identical strategy as after a gradual begin they exploded within the again finish to attain 112 and 126 runs within the final 10 overs respectively.
Vaughan feels Virat Kohli and his males have the firepower to place a 375 plus rating on flat wickets and will look to be aggressive proper from the beginning.
“At the moment needs to be a lesson to India … Enjoying it protected for 40 overs with Bat may cost them in a World Cup at residence in 2 yrs they’ve sufficient energy & depth to get scores of 375 + on flat wickets. England main the way in which with this strategy,” Vaughan wrote on his twitter deal with.
Although India managed to bowl out England for 251 in 42.1 overs within the first ODI for a 66-run win, the second ODI noticed the guests overhaul a goal of 336 with 39 balls to spare.
Within the first ODI, England’s chase fizzled out after Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow put 135 runs for the opening wicket as not one of the different batters may proceed the stroke play.
Within the second ODI, England did not take the foot off the padel after dropping Roy as Bairstow and Ben Stokes went on a six-hitting spree to annihilate India by six wickets.
The three-game ODI collection can be selected Sunday when the 2 groups conflict within the third recreation.