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India & England to play 3rd ODI at Ranchi today

The 3rd One day international match between India & England will begin at 12 noon at Ranchi, Jharkhand. It will be the 1st ODI at the newly made HEC International cricket stadium.

This is the 3rd of the 5 ODI series that India is to play against England. The series is tied one all. After losing the 1st one day international at Rajkot, Gujarat, India came back with an emphatic win at Kochi, Kerala.

Fans from all across India are hoping that India will make most of their last ODI win & try and make winning a habit once again. The toss will again play a crucial role as experts believe it is a good batting track.

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