Ind v Eng | As it Happened: MSD Struggles as India Lose by 31 Runs

Latest score updates from India’s ICC World Cup match against England.

Updated01 Jul 2019, 05:46 AM IST
ICC World Cup 2019
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India vs England LIVE: Match day!

It’s the day of the big ICC World Cup clash between two pre-tournament favourites – India and England. And at this stage of the tournament, a lot is riding on this match for both teams.

Hosts England, who were pushed down to the fifth spot by Pakistan yesterday, must win at Edgbaston in Birmingham today to stay alive in the tournament.

On the other hand, a win for Virat Kohli and co, who will be donning their alternate blue and orange jerseys, would mean they join defending champions Australia in the semifinals.

So stay tuned for live updates! And in the meanwhile, check out some of our preview stories for the game.

7:17 AM, 30 Jun

India to Don New Away Jersey Against England

Fans will finally get to see Team India playing in the much anticipated ‘orange’ away jersey. Since hosts England also have a blue jersey, India will debut their ‘away jersey’ for the first time in the tournament on 30 June in Birmingham.

8:05 AM, 30 Jun

Team India Reaches Birmingham Stadium

The Indian team has arrived at the Birmingham stadium an hour ahead of the toss for their match against England in ICC World Cup 2019.

8:50 AM, 30 Jun

Last Minute Gameplan

8:55 AM, 30 Jun

#OneDay4Children at India vs England

The India vs England match will be in association with UNICEF’s ‘One Day for Children’.

ICC in partnership with the United Nations - United Nations Children’s fund (UNICEF) had announced ‘One Day for Children’, to bring together cricket’s one billion fans to help build a better world for every child.

#OneDay4Children, will be using the reach of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 to help children learn play and be healthy. The money raised will support UNICEF’s work for children in cricket playing nations across the world.

#OneDay4Children had planned activities throughout all 48 matches of the competition, but the celebration will reach its peak during the England v India game.

Published: 30 Jun 2019, 06:58 AM IST
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