Ind vs Eng live cricket score, India v England 3rd ODI Live Score
England choked in the batting Powerplay overs scoring just 20 runs for the loss of two wickets.
England are 152-8 after 40 overs after being put into bat by India in the third one-day international at Ranchi on Saturday.
England are crumbling losing Joe Root and Tim Bresnan within the space of five deliveries.
Bresnan is bowled through the gate by a beauty from Ashwin attempting to drive him through the covers after making 25 off 37 balls with three boundaries.
Ishant Sharma returns to break the seventh wicket partnership with Joe Root caught behind by Dhoni after having a struck him to the third man fence in the previous delivery.
Root made 39 off 57 balls with four boundaries adding 47 runs for the seventh wicket with Bresnan.
Tim Bresnan attacks Ravichandran Ashwin driving him through point in the first batting Powerplay over.
India are tightening the screw as England are battling to make a respectable total with the runs having dried up.
Tim Bresnan has tickled one from Ravindra Jadeja to the third man boundary.
Left arm Ravindra Jadeja has put India right on top of the game dismissing Craig Kieswetter and Samit Patel for a duck within the space of four deliveries.
England's innings are in tatters as Craig Kieswetter is bowled through the gate for a duck by left arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja in the 25th over.
Jadeja get the prized wicket of Samit Patel trapping him leg before for a duck with an arm ball.
England lose their fourth wicket as Eoin Morgan miscues a reverse sweep straight to Yuvraj Singh at backward point off Ravichandran Ashwin after making 10 off 30 balls.
Joe Root drives Shami Ahmed on the off for his third boundary in the 23rd over.
Joe Root sweeps to the midwicket fence in the 22nd over and survives being stumped two balls later in an eventful first over bowled by Ravichandran Ashwin.
Eoin Morgan gets in to his stride driving Ishant Sharma through cover and extra cover for his first boundary in the 19th over.
Joe Root breaks the shackles cracking Bhuvneshwar Kumar through point in the 18th over.
England are in deep trouble after losing Kevin Pietersen and Ian Bell in successive deliveries.
Bell is out chopping at a delivery from Bhuvneshwar Kumar with Dhoni standing up taking a sharp catch after making 25 off 43 balls with three boundaries.
Ishant Sharma strikes after changing ends getting the big wicket of Kevin Pietersen who is caught behind for 17 in the 15th over.
Pietersen is dismayed after getting a faint outside edge to Sharma after a fluent knock of 17 off 20 balls with two boundaries.
England are on the attack despite the early loss of skipper Alistair Cook with spin being introduced in the 14th over after the last three went for 28.
Kevin Pietersen brings up the 50 of the England innings with a lovely off drive past Ishant Sharma and whips the next ball to the midwicket fence in the 12th over.
Bhuvneshvar Kumar's eighth over is a wicket maiden.
Ishant Sharma has gone for 10 in his first over bringing back nightmares of being hit around the park in Chennai.
Ian Bell attacks Bhuvneshwar Kumar hitting him through extra cover and fine leg for two consecutive boundaries in the 11th over.
England are finding the going tough having made just 34 with four boundaries for the loss of Alistair Cook in the first 10 Powerplay overs.
Ian Bell hits his first boundary cutting Kumar to third man in the ninth over.
Cook is caught plumb in front as he shuffles across the stump and tries to flick Ahmed to square leg after facing 28 balls for his 17 which contained three boundaries.
Shami Ahmed draws first blood in the eighth over as Alistair Cook is trapped leg before for 17.
Alistair Cook has got into his stride early in the innings having hit three boundaries so far with some crisp strokeplay.
Alistair Cook slaps Bhuvneshwar Kumar through the covers for his second boundary in the fifth over.
Bhuvneshwar Kumar has bowled a maiden in the third over of the match.
Alistair Cook whips Shami Ahmed to the midwicket boundary with the ball racing to the fence in the second over.
Indian skipper MS Dhoni won the toss and elected to bowl in the 3rd one-day international against England at Ranchi on Saturday.
Tim Bresnan is back for England at the expense of Chris Woakes.
Both captain Dhoni and England's Alistair Cook feel dew will play a major role in the brand new JSCA (Jharkhand State Cricket Association) Stadium at Jharkhand.
India fielded an unchanged team.
The five-match series is level with England winning the first match and India rebounded to win the second game in Kochi.