3rd T20I ENG vs IND Live Streaming

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A couple of days ago, Dhoni became the third Indian player to play 500 global matches after Sachin Tendulkar (664) and Rahul Dravid (509).

Kuldeep, who had bamboozled England batsmen in the series-opener and returned a five-wicket haul, remained wicket-less in second match.

Watch the third T20 global between England and India, live on Sky Sports Cricket from 1.30pm on Sunday. He was the lone performer in their team as Durham fell short by 44 runs against Yorkshire, chasing 201 runs as per reports in The Times of India (TOI).

The live telecast of 3rd T20 worldwide match between ind vs eng will start at 6:30 PM (IST) on July 8, 2018 (Friday) in Bristol. In all, it has been unbeaten in bilateral T20I series since September past year. India is playing only one spinner - Yuzvendra Chahal - in the third T20 global against England.

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Rohit Sharma made a stunning 100 not out to help India beat England by seven wickets in the third Twenty20 and secure a 2-1 series victory.

The big question facing England is how to contend with the unorthodox wrist spin of Kuldeep Yadav. He really did play brilliantly. Pacer Umesh Yadav was the only sucessful bowling, scalping two wickets.

A three-match one-day series starts on Thursday at Trent Bridge, before the first of five Tests gets under way on 1 August.

India's top-order conundrum also remains a talking point for the team management ahead of the clash. Stokes returns to the England squad for the third match and bolsters their confidence being yet another key member to have played in the IPL.

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The recent assumption had been that Alex Hales would give way for Stokes - who will play only as a batsman as he manages his recovery from a grade three hamstring tear - but Hales's recent form has been stunning, striking 147 off 92 balls in the demolition of Australia (and the world record score for an ODI) at Trent Bridge... Rohit Sharma is batting on 67 off just 36 balls.

"He comes into the squad for the next game and he is a fantastic player and it will be a hard decision to make. We have made calls like this in the past and we will make the call for the benefit of the team and put out our strongest XI", Morgan told reporters after the second T20I.

"An innings like that tonight makes him a pretty strong case for the next game".

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