India vs England 2nd ODI Live Streaming, Ind vs Eng 2013 2nd ODI
Yuvraj Singh brings up the 50 of the Indian innings glancing Chris Woakes to fine leg fence in the 12th over with his third boundary.
They are 55-2 after 12 overs with both openers Gautam Gambhir and Ajankye Rahane back in the pavilion.
Yuvraj Singh has given the over 60,000 crowd at Nehru stadium something to cheer about pulling Finn to the square leg boundary in the ninth over.
India got off to a shocking start in front a packed Nehru Stadium in Kochi after electing to bat first in the second ODI against England on Tuesday.
Yuvraj Singh punched Dernbach through the covers for his first boundary and almost got another on the leg next ball when he whipped it to square leg.
Virat Kohli opened his account with a streaky boundary off Dernbach which almost hits the stumps but runs down to fine leg.
England struck a double blow dismissing both openers Gautam Gambhir and Ajankye Rahane in successive balls to reduce India to 18-2 in 4.1 overs in the second ODI at Kochi on Tuesday.
Both were leaden footed and failed to get behind the line of in dippers from Dernback and Finn who rattled the stumps to the dismay of the jam packed stadium.
India lost their first wicket when Gautam Gambhir is castled by an in-dipper from Jade Dernbach in the last ball of the fourth over after having got a boundary in the previous ball with an edge through slips.
Rahane is bowled through the gate by Finn in the first ball of the fifth over.
Gambhir made 8 off 13 balls with one boundary while Rahane made 4 after facing 14 deliveries.
Left hander Gautam Gambhir has survived confident leg before appeals against both Dernbach and Finn.
The first boundary of the innings comes off a wide delivery bowled by Jade Dernback in the second over.
Ajankye Rahane gets a run off the first ball bowled by Steven Finn as a huge roar goes across the massive Nehru Stadium which is a football ground converted to a cricket venue.
India won the toss and elected to bat first first in the second one-day international against England at Jawarharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi on Tuesday.
Shami Ahmed comes in for Ashoke Dinda in the only chance from the side which lost by 9 runs in the first ODI at Rajkot on Friday.
England have been forced to make one change with Tim Bresnan having a niggle and is replaced by Chris Woakes.
Kochi is expected to produce another run feast although Dhoni expects it to slow down.
The humidity could work to India's advantage.
It was a good toss to win for India who resisted bringing in the in-form Chesteshwar Pujara.
The pressure will be on Virat Kohli to perform after a string of failures with the bat.
Nehru Stadium is hosting its first ODI in five year with the last being India vs Australia on October 2 2007.
There is a great atmosphere around the ground which could hold 72,000 people.
Out of the six ODI matches played at Nehru Stadium, India won four and lost two to Zimbabwe in 2002 and Australia in 2007.
India - Gautam Gambhir, Ajankye Rahane, Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, Suresh Raina, MS Dhoni, Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Ishant Sharma, Shami Ahmed
England - Alistair Cook, Ian Bell, Kevin Pietersen, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan, Craig Kieswetter, Samit Patel, Chris Woakes, James Tredwell, Steven Finn, Jade Dernbach