India Vs England: Intense 3rd ODI Between Leading Teams To Start At 5 pm IST

India is known as the hub of cricket. Even though it has originated in England, it is played more in India. A cricket match is like a festival in India. Thousands of people gather in the stadium to cheer for the team. Even for IPL, hundreds of fans gather in the stadium to cheer for their favourite team and enjoys viewership of millions through digital platforms. In our country, win and records of other cricket teams are also celebrated and appreciated equally.

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Ongoing India vs England series is catching the eyes of the world as two leading cricket teams are all set to come face to face to win the series today.

India and England go into the 3rd and final One-day International of the series tied at 1-1. India, who won the T20I series 2-1, got off to a fine start to the ODI series as well when they won the first match at Nottingham by 8 wickets and then England came roaring back, winning the second match at Lord's on July 14 by 86 runs. The third match will be held today and here is all you need to know about it.

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The India vs England, 3rd ODI will be played today that is on July 17, 2018. The India vs England ODI match will be played at the Headingley, Yorkshire. The ODI match begins at 5:00 pm (IST). The third ODI match will be shown on Sony Six SD and HD, Sony Ten 3 SD and HD.

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How do you watch online live streaming of India vs England, 3rd ODI match?

The India vs England, 3rd ODI match live streaming will be available on Sony Liv.

The match will be interesting since both the teams are skilled and have potentially great players.

by Admin | Tue, Jul 17 - 12:35 PM

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