England vs India Betting Tips & Predictions | 2nd ODI

England vs India betting tips and predictiosn 2nd ODI 2022
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Betting Expert, James Pacheco

Updated 13/07/2022

Categories: Predictions

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I’ll bring you the latest team news, the head-to-head record between the two, the pitch report and will also give you our top recommendations for online cricket betting on who we think will win the game.

So just keep on reading before the match gets underway at Lord’s in London on Thursday, July 14, at 5:30 pm IST.




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England vs India Betting Odds

My cricket betting tips are up next and this is an excellent opportunity to bet on India to win and wrap up the Series. Keep on reading because I’m about to explain why I think India are such a good bet at today’s cricket betting odds.

I’ll also give you my toss prediction and tell you who my money is on as my Hot Bet, a third bet at bigger odds than usual.

Bet Odds Site
Winner: IND 1.8
Toss: IND 1.9
Hot Bet: Ben Stokes to be England Top Batsman 5.0

England vs India Betting Winner Prediction

Recommended Bet: Back England to win @ 1.8 with Parimatch.

India were marginally favourites ahead of the 1st ODI and after an extremely convincing win, have been cut in their odds.

But not by much.

Despite their star-studded batting line-up, Tuesday’s performance was a lesson in how top-class bowling can blow apart even the best batting line-ups out there.

Bumrah and Shami were excellent and England just couldn’t deal with it.

Of course, no two games are the same and it’s not impossible that England go out and bat like we know they can: fearlessly, aggressively, scoring lots of boundaries and not being afraid of losing their wickets.

But India’s batting line-up, though not as explosive, is an extremely strong one as well and there’s not much to choose between them.

So it may well come down to the bowlers. And in this regard, India look considerably better equipped.

Not only do England not have anyone of the level of Shami and Bumrah, they can’t match spinner Yuzvendra Chahal, either. With no Adil Rashid around, it will be left to Moeen Ali to bowl spin. He’s a great player but he’s not a genius spinner.

So if the batting looks equally strong but India look better with the ball, it’s an obvious choice to make: India it is.

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England vs India Betting Hot Bet Prediction

Recommended Bet: Back Ben Stokes to be England Top Batsman to @ 5.0 with Betway

Stokes had a bit of a reality check in the first ODI. He came into the game in good form after a decent run in the recent Test series against New Zealand and the postponed 5th Test against India.

He also came in high on confidence after leading England to four straight wins in his first four Tests as skipper.

And what happened? He got out first ball to a beauty from Mohammad Shami.

But that can happen to anyone and he’ll surely be looking to make up for it.

His record in ODI cricket is good, he’ll bat at four which is just fine and is a considerably better price than say Jason Roy who is out of form while the likes of Liam Livingstone and Moeen Ali, though available at big odds, may just be batting a bit too low to have a serious chance.

Not that they didn’t have their chances in the first game.

But Stokes ticks a lot of top batsman boxes and looks a good bet.

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England Recent Form

England put in one of their worst ODI performances of the last few years on Tuesday afternoon, losing to India by 10 wickets.

That they weren’t able to dismiss openers Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma, who chased 111 with minimum fuss, was actually the least of their worries.

The damage had been done well before that.

In being all out for just 110 after 25.2 overs, it was a real horror show with the bat.

Only four players reached double figures, four were out for ducks and Jos Buttler top-scored with just 30. Only number 11 Reece Topley hit a six in the whole innings.

It was a wake-up call for the likes of Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes and Joe Root who came into this Series on the back of excellent form in the Test arena and were out for 7, 0 and 0 respectively.

Jason Roy was also out for 0 as he continues to struggle this summer and were it not for some late hitting by David Willey and Brydon Carse, they wouldn’t even have made it to 100.

On the one hand, everyone is allowed a bad day at the office. On the other hand this was a real beating and came on the back of a T20 Series defeat last week.

Roy’s place is under pressure with Phil Salt and Harry Brooks waiting in the wings, while Sam Curran could get a game at the expense of Carse, who was extremely expensive.

Curran would also give them an extra option with the bat.

England’s Likely XI

Roy, Bairstow, Root, Stokes, Buttler, Livingstone, Ali, Sam Curran, Overton, Willey, Topley.

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India Recent Form

India’s win was a reminder that they’re still one of the best ODI sides in the world, in any conditions.

Of course it helps when bowling opening pair Mohammd Shami and Jasprit Bumrah bowl absolutely beautifully in seam-friendly conditions to have England on their knees before an hour of the game has been played.

Mohammad Shami took 3-31 while man-of-the-match Jasprit Bumrah took 6-19 in what were his best-ever bowling figures.

Yuzvendra Chahal, their ace spinner, was hardly needed and only bowled two overs.

Chasing just 112, Sharma and Dhawan were under no pressure at all and ended unbeaten as they got to their total in 18.4overs to secure one of the most one-sided wins you’ll ever see in ODI cricket involving a major nation.

They have an interesting selection dilemma coming up.

Virat Kohli missed the game with a minor injury but his replacement Sky Yadav didn’t get to bat because he wasn’t needed. If Kohli recovers, do they put him straight back in or see what Yadav can do?

Kohli’s possible return is likely to be the only change because there’s no reason to mess with a side who just won so comfortably.

India’s Likely XI

Sharma, Dhawan, Kohli, Iyer, Pant, Hardik Pandya, Jadeja, Thakur, Shami, Krishna, Bumrah, Chahal.

England vs India Head-to-Head

Time to look at the England vs India head to head.

These two have played each other 104 times in ODIs and it’s India who are 56-43 ahead. There have been two tied matches and also three no-results thrown in there.

But there’s good news for England fans: they’re 22-17 up in matches played on English soil after that defeat on Tuesday.

In terms of the last eleven matches between these two, it’s a 6-5 split in favour of India.

Venue & conditions

We’re at Lord’s, the home of cricket, for this one.

And it’s not an easy pitch to decipher.

On the one hand the first innings scores have been quite low in the last few ODIs played here with just two scores of 250 or more batting first in the last five games here.

That would suggest getting to around 260-270 first up could well be a winning score.

On the other hand, the heatwave in England may lead to a flat pitch that’s good for batting in which case the team batting first would be targeting around the 290-300 mark.

So plenty of guesswork going on but here’s what we do know: both sides are likely to want to chase here for three very simple reasons.

It will be hard to know what a par score is and both sides generally prefer chasing anyway.

A third reason is that’s how India went about their business on Tuesday, and won comfortably.