India vs England 2nd ODI: England team can make three changes in their playing eleven in the second ODI to be held today. In the first match, regular captain Eoin Morgan and middle order batsman Sam Billings were injured. In such a situation, these two players will not be part of the playing eleven in the second ODI. At the same time, the English team can also make a change in the bowling department.
England have suffered two major setbacks after trailing 0–1 in this three-match series. Regular captain Eoin Morgan is out of the ODI series due to injury. In his place, wicket-keeper batsman Jose Butler will lead the team in the rest of the matches. At the same time, middle order batsman Sam Billings will also not be part of the team in the second ODI due to injury. Both these players were hurt during the first ODI.
These three changes can make English team
David Malan may get a chance in this match in place of Eoin Morgan. Malan was also associated with the ODI team as a standby player. Malan can bat at number three. At the same time, Liam Livingstone can get an opportunity to make one-day cricket debut in place of Sam Billings. Livingstone can bat in the middle. With Livingstone in the team, England will also get the option of a spinner.
Apart from this, given the poor performance of the bowlers in the first ODI, the English team can also make a change in the fast bowling department. Left arm fast bowler Reece Topley can be included in the playing eleven in place of right arm fast bowler Tom Curran.
England’s possible playing eleven
England team – Jason Roy, Johnny Bairstow, David Malan, Liam Livingstone, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler (captain and wicketkeeper), Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Adil Rashid, Reece Topley and Mark Wood.