England v India: Our 6/1 tip for the third ODI
Back a high-scoring series decider, with Jason Roy, Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma excelling.
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Here's Adam Drury's pick to get you started...
Jonny Bairstow to score over 35.5 runs –
Bairstow has passed 30 in eight of his last 10 ODI innings, and in both of the two matches in this series.
In the possible absence of Jason Roy, he is the man to take advantage of India's pace bowling in the powerplay.
Mark Wood to take under 1.5 wickets –
Wood has struggled for wickets in ODIs for some time, failing to take more than one in 10 of his last 11 matches in this format.
Back that trend to continue on a ground at which he has taken just one wicket in two games.
India total runs first over to fifth over: Over 27.5 –
India have successfully passed this mark in both ODIs during this series so far, and that run has every chance of continuing at Headingley.
Wood and David Willey struggled to contain Rohit Sharma in the early stages of India’s tour, while Dhawan’s blistering 36 at Lord’s proved the dual threat that the tourists boast at the top of their order.
First innings runs: Over 299.5 runs -
England have passed 300 in four of the last five matches in which they have batted first, and did the same in last summer’s ODI against South Africa at this ground.
They allowed India to knock off the required 269 in just 40.1 overs in the first match, though, while the visitors are unlikely to replicate the bizarre batting performance that saw them bowled out for 236 in 50 overs on Saturday.
Either way, a score of 300 appears likely.
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