November 26, 2008

India vs England 5th ODI 2008: where I can watch Live Score and Commentary

Just after two matches excluding today’s match the ODI series will come to end. But the result is already has gone on behalf of India. India has secured victory four matches out of 4. Just after a few hours later the 5th ODI will be taken place and the match will be a day-nigh match. According to the local time the timing of the match is 14:30 and 9:00 so this is a very good time for fans of both countries every the fans of the England and India all over the world.

Ii has become difficult for England to beat India at the moment because mentally and practically they are very strong. I want to look up just one year ago. During the Natwest series England was the host country that time England beat India in the ODI series. The total series was full of drama. The intentional matches enjoyed all the fans eagerly. But he match of the ongoing Hero-Honda series is totally lifeless and the series result has been bowing down to the Indians.

In an news I found that England is finding the way to secure victory on the 5th ODI. Yes, it is now a matter of reputation and England is looking for the way to get rid up from the with-wash.

On the other hand Indian captain MS Dhoni is thinking to continue the wining sequels. His gays are very active and inspiring from the previous victories. So, time will bring the result of all controversy and we have to wait till 14:30.

Rediff wrote:

With the series already in their pocket, India will now aim for a 7-0 whitewash in the one-day series against England as they go into the fifth game in Cuttack on Wednesday with the intention of giving some of the bench players the chance to prove their worth. The hosts have taken an unassailable 4-0 lead but Mahendra Singh Dhoni's bravehearts are not likely to show any mercy on the visitors in the day-night contest at the Barabati stadium.

Cuttack is basically a tourism area and is it one of the attractive places of India. That is why many tourists and the local people use to visit during this time; busiest time is winter season.

Most probably a very few time the international cricket matches was held in Barabati Stadium Cuttack. The Barabati stadium is a very small capacity stedium. The first test match was held in 1987 with and the first ODI was held along with England. This stadium has another history that the Indian 50-50 world Cup Cricket winner captain Kapil Dev was taken his 300th wicket in the Test Mach.

TOI reported:

The unbeaten 275-run partnership between Mohammad Azharuddin and Ajay Jadeja that came against Zimbabwe in 1997, is the current world record for the 4th Wicket in ODI Cricket. The best bowling figures here are 6/59 that Narendra Hirwani took while on a comeback trail against New Zealand.

Perhaps this are the teammates who are suppose to play from the both teams in Cuttak at Barabati Stadium.

India squad

MS Dhoni, V Sehwag, G Gambhir, Harbhajan Singh, Z Khan, V Kohli, PP Ojha, MM Patel, IK Pathan, YK Pathan, SK Raina, I Sharma, RG Sharma, SR Tendulkar, Yuvraj Singh

England squad

KP Pietersen, TR Ambrose, JM Anderson, IR Bell, RS Bopara, SCJ Broad, PD Collingwood, AN Cook, A Flintoff, SJ Harmison, SR Patel, MJ Prior, OA Shah, RJ Sidebottom, GP Swann, LJ Wright