ENGLAND face India in an eagerly-anticipated ODI series between the two best 50-over sides in the world.
But the home side were thumped by the tourists in the first match as Kuldeep Yadav took a stunnning 6-25.
AFP or licensors Rohit Sharma guided India to victory in Bristol to win the T20 series
What TV channel is England vs India on and can I live stream it?
Sky Sports hold the rights for all England home internationals in the United Kingdom.
Today’s second ODI is on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Cricket from 10.30am.
Play commences at 11am.
Sky subscribers can stream all the action via Sky Go, and non-Sky customers can watch by buying a Sky sports pass from NOW TV for £7.99.
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There will be a one-hour highlights show on free-to-air TV on Channel 5 at 12.05am.
What time does it start?
Play will begin at 12.30pm local time at Trent Bridge in Nottingham.
There will be a coin toss 30 minutes before the start of play to decide which team will bat first.