With a huge loss in the first ODI for 124 runs, India will be looking to bounce back against West Indies for the 2nd ODI on October 10, 2014.
The match will get going at Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi from 2:30 p.m. India Time. Check here for live score.
A round of applause should go for West Indies, which despite losing both the warm-up matches played against India A, went on to give the lash back with a 124-run victory, that the hosts probably didn’t see coming.
However, the guests have some disputes doing on between the players over many things including payment, but yes, they came together as a team, which is a good thing.
India won the toss and batted first and scores 267 runs in 50 overs. When last reports came in, the West Indies score was 56/0.
The match can be watched live on Star Sports in India and Ten Sports in the Caribbean. Fans can watch the match live on Sky Sports in UK, SuperSport in South Africa and Willow TV in US.
Watch the live streaming of the match on Star Sports official website here or here.
In the last match, Marlon Samuels remained the star for the team, who made it possible to place that great total that the Indians just couldn’t keep up to.
For the hosts, the problems are bigger. Bhuvneshwar Kumar did seem in place, but none of the other bowlers have worked in the way Dhoni would have wanted.
In terms of changes, Mohit Sharma is out due to an injury, and that makes place for Ishant Sharma in the team, so there are some avenues to check for this match.
While India has won many matches here in Delhi, their low scoring streak on this ground is hard to ignore. If that continues, the bowlers have more pressure.
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