The second ODI between India and England is being played at Lord's, London on July 14, 2018, at 03.30 PM IST.

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Indians are already up 1-0 in the three-match series. England will have to do some serious homework if it wants to remain in contention. It is imperative for the hosts to decipher the spin attack [VIDEO] led by Kuldeep Yadav. With a year left for the World Cup, the hosts must ensure that they are ready for the challenge since England are bound to run into India in the knockout stage.

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TV telecast and online streaming

The match will start at 3.30 IST and can be seen live on Sony Six TV in India and Sky Sports Cricket channel in the UK.

The live stream can be watched on the Sony Liv website from 11 AM GMT onwards.

The Indians carried the momentum of their last T20 International into the ODI series also and won cavalierly. A stiff target of 269 runs did not dampen the visitor’s spirit, and they got off to a flying start and were able to achieve the goal in 40.2 over’s and the loss of two wickets.

There is only a gap of one day between the two matches and England will not have the luxury of having a practice session against the spin bowling machine. In fact, they do not have time for a video analysis also.

Read: Video Highlights: India beat England by 8 wickets in 1st ODI at Nottingham [VIDEO]

Pitch condition

The conditions in Manchester were dry, and the hosts were unable to read the spin of Kuldeep Yadav. Kuldeep was also assisted by the wind which helped him to drift the ball to achieve a career best figure of six wickets.

The Indian team did not feature Bhuvneshwar Kumar in the 1st ODI due to injury. However, the fast bowler is expected to be fit for the 2nd ODI to be played at Lords. Injury blues has affected the English side also. Allex Hales could not play the first ODI due to injury has now been ruled out for the entire ODI series.

Weather Forecast

The weatherman has forecast clear weather and a full game can be expected in London on 14 July. The temperature is expected to be a comfortable 27 degrees Celsius, and Humidity levels will be around 41 percent.