India vs England ODI Live Streaming Free on Star Sports Online

Ind vs Eng ODI Series Live Streaming Info

India takes on England in a five ODI series that would be followed by a T20 International match. After a disastrous test series, its time for India to gather all ideas and implement them in the ODI series. A win in the ODI series will help India regain their lost pride. India vs England ODI series will be live telecasted on Star Sports TV network. Enjoy free live streaming on Star Sports official website for free.

Last time India played ODI here they were crowned as ICC Champions Trophy winner. They were unbeatable in that series and they managed to win a nail biting finals against England. Indian cricket fans are hoping for another such phenomenal performance from the team.

There was something to cheer about at the match against Middlesex. Virat Kohli and Rayudu showcased some sort of resistance to score 70 plus runs each. That helped India reach a defendable total. India won the practice match with a good margin. Hopefully that sneaks in some confidence into this Indian cricket team.
Some logical words from Harsha Bhogle:
England team is already riding high with confidence. After a test loss at Lord's the team bounced back really hard. They never looked back and won three test matches on the trot. That confidence would certainly be carry forwarded to the remainder of this Indian tour to England.

To cope up with some basic issues within the team management, Indian cricket board named Ravi Shastri as director of cricket for the ODI series. Bowling coach Dawes and fielding coach Penny have given a short rest. Sanjay Bangar and Bharath Arun will help the team as an assistant coach. R Sridhar will be the fielding coach for this ODI series.

India vs England 2014 Test Series Live Streaming, Telecast and Score on Star Sports

India vs England Live Cricket

Done with the warm ups! Now let us get to the real business! India vs England 2014 kicks off soon and the cricket fans just can't wait for The Big Test (as christened by ESPN Star Sports). It has been 14 test matches away for India without a win. And it has been a disastrous series loss for England against Srilanka recently. With both the teams under pressure and out there to prove a point, we would certainly witness one of the best test series. Don't forget to enjoy India vs England 2014 live streaming on Star Sports in India and Sky Sports in the UK. Meanwhile ESPN Star Cricket network will provide comprehensive telecast of the test series on Star Sports HD with English and Hindi commentary in India. Click here for the full schedule.

Rahul Dravid has a big role to play in this series as he will play the role of batting consultant for India. Way back in 1996 he kicked off his test career playing against England in England. His knock of 95 runs at Lord's made him a firm batsman who later emerged as one of the best batsmen in the history of cricket. Not to forget, India has won only three test series in England so far, out of which one came under Dravid's captaincy. So he would certainly be the best person to consult Indian batsmen on this tour. He is contented to see the current batsmen playing well in the warm ups. His bigger concern remains to be the bowling unit that needs to bowl out England twice. Same is the concern for every Indian fan.

MS Dhoni played consistently well in 2011 when India suffered a 0-4 test series loss to England. His captaincy would be on stake if he doesn't make a mark with his team this time out there. He knows his challenges and accepts the fact that he has to bank more on the batsmen with a relatively inexperienced bowling attack.
These two would play an important role for India
Meanwhile eyes would be on Kohli and Pujara who are well known for their batting skills. Pujara is termed to be the next Dravid of India. While Kohli has already proved his batting playing away from India. India is well equipped with other batsmen like Rohit Sharma, Rahane, Dhawan, Murali Vijay, etc. Bowling side has the likes of Shami, Bhuvaneshwar Kumar, Ashwin, Jadeja, etc.

Talking about England, they are also a bit similar to India taking into consideration the re-building phase. England just lost a series to Srilanka which was a major setback for captain Cook. He too has a lot to prove just like his counterpart.

With so much of pride on stake, we are bound to have two months of quality cricket in England. Stay tuned with ESPN Star Cricket network.

MCC vs Rest Of The World XI 2014 Live Telecast Score and Streaming

MCC XI vs ROW XI Live Telecast

How about Sachin's team takes on Shane Warne's team? With likes of Brian Lara, Brett Lee, Sehwag, Afridi, Tait, Pietersen, etc playing under them? Refreshing old memories isn't it? With too many heavyweights in a single match! Here is an opportunity to witness this dream match at Lord's today (5th July 2014). MCC XI takes on Rest of the World XI starting from 15:30 IST. Cricket fans in India can enjoy live telecast on Star Sports with Hindi and English commentary. Fans in Australia can enjoy its live cricket streaming on Cricket Australia official website.

Let us have a look at the squads:

MCC XI: Sachin Tendulkar (C), Saeed Ajmal, Shaun Tait, Aaron Finch, Rahul Dravid, Brian Lara, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Chris Read (WK), Daniel Vettori, Brett Lee, Umar Gul.  

Rest of the World XI: Shane Warne (C), Peter Siddle, Muttiah Muralitharan, Virender Sehwag, Tamim Iqbal, Adam Gilchrist (WK), Kevin Pietersen, Yuvraj Singh, Paul Collingwood, Shahid Afridi, Tino Best.


Umpires would be Richard Kettleborough and Ian Gould


The format would be 50 overs per side. The players would wear whites and ball used will be red! Again memory refreshed about the old style One Day match. 


There are loads of cricket stats and exciting pics flowing in about this match. People are comparing total runs of one team with the other, total wickets as well. Fans are excited for tussles like Sachin vs Warne, Lara vs Warne, Sehwag vs Lee, Chanderpaul vs Muralitharan, etc.


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