India vs England 4th ODI Prediction Match Reviews at Mohali, 23 Jan 2013.watch Ind vs Eng match prediction reviews team news previews timetable dates schedule toss results scorecard pitch ground condition report videos fans situation videos photos coverage here on this page.That all matches are broadcasting on the ESPN, Ten Sport, Star Cricket etc. After a series of indifferent performances in the recent past, the team is beginning to show its worth with comprehensive victories & captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni will be hoping that his young teammates can maintain the tempo for a third successive win in the five-match series.Bolstered by emphatic back-to-back wins, India will seek to clinch the ODI series against England by taking an unassailable 3-1 lead in the fourth match on Wednesday with the under-fire hosts showing signs of rediscovering their winning touch.India’s young & inexperienced bowlers excelled in the last matches & were largely responsible for setting up the victories while some of the top-order batsmen, who have been woefully out of form, have showed signs of recovery.
England’s total was their second-lowest batting first against India (in full matches), as they subsided from an initially promising 68 for one. Although there was an element of luck about the second breakthrough, as the sound of Kevin Pietersen’s bat on pad appeared to deceive the umpire in to awarding a caught behind, India did not owe their victory to fortune. The early dismissals of Alastair Cook, Pietersen & Bell left the middle order exposed & despite another promising display of character from Root, who put on 47 with Tim Bresnan, India were always in control.
India’s innings proved that the pitch was a nice – the curator had predicted a score of 350 for the side batting first but they was obviously banking on that side being India. Although Steven Finn cleaned up Ajinkya Rahane again, bowled through the gate for the second time in as plenty of matches, & James Tredwell claimed his sixth & seventh wickets of the series, Virat Kohli made definite England were the only ones doing any chasing. Kohli two times hammered Tredwell over the ropes, to go with an additional nine fours in an unbeaten 77, his return to form yet another fillip for his captain.
India vs England 4th ODI Prediction Match Reviews at Mohali
India vs England 4th ODI Match 2013
England Tour to India 2012-13
Date: 23 January 2013 | 23-01-2013
Time: (12:00 local | 06:30 GMT | 11:30 PKT)
Clearly, the pressure will be on the visitors who must come up with a way more inspired show to prevent the Indians from winning the series in what promises to be an thrilling contest at the PCA Stadium.Despite the large wins, there’s still some areas of concern for the Indians who have not being able to fix their opening issues.Though Gautam Gambhir has been getting the starts & going in to the 30s, they has not been able to translate them in to a large knock. The other opener Ajinkya Rahane has not been in nice touch & has got out cheaply. As a result, India have seldom got a flying start in the series.
India team lost 1st ODI match against England but after that India well come back in game and beats take lead 2-1 out of 5 matches series. this time they are comes face to face for 4th ODI witch England must force and look for beat Indian team at their home grounds but MS. Dhoni wants to clinch series with take lead at this game at Mohali. lets watch scorecard results who will win the match and series. if India beat Eng then they won series other hand series become level by 2-2.
Teams: India ad England team squads players list details information here for 4th ODI at Mohali.
India Squad against Eng for 4th ODI:
Mahendra Singh Dhoni (c and wk), Ajinkya Rahane, Gautam Gambhir, Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ishant Sharma, Shami Ahmed, Rohit Sharma, Cheteshwar Pujara Amit Mishra and Ashok Dinda.
England Squad against Ind for 4th ODI:
Alastair Cook (captain), Ian Bell, Kevin Pietersen, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan, Craig Kieswetter (wk), Samit Patel, Chris Woakes, James Tredwell, Steven Finn, Jade Dernbach, Tim Bresnan, Danny Briggs, Jos Buttler, Stuart Meaker.