As Yuvraj Singh and Mahendra Singh Dhoni have regained their lost momentum, the morale of team India has reached new heights, as they gear up to play the 3rd and final One-Day International against England on January 22, 2017, at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata.

Final scores:

England won by 5 runs

England 321/8 v India 316/9

India 149/4 in 29 overs

Yuvraj Singh OUT! India 133/4 in 26 overs

India 102/3 - MS Dhoni at the crease

Virat Kohli OUT! for 55,

India 92/2 in 16.3 overs (Virat Kohli 51*, Yuvraj Singh 17*)

India 66/2 in 13 overs.

England 321/8 in 50 overs.

Pandya 49/3

India wins the toss and will bowl first.

Just one change for India, Rahane in for Dhawan.

India has already grabbed the series, and they will be aiming to win the final game to whitewash the series. There were a few eyebrows raised from some corners as veteran Yuvi was selected for the ODI squad, but with his scintillating performance in the last match, the daring left-handed batsman has given a powerful reply to the critics.

For England, marking a win in this game is a matter of pride.

Eoin Morgan and his boys have put up a decent fight in the first two games, but on both the occasions, they failed to achieve the glory in between the cup and the lip. For England poor form of their bowlers is a major concern.

The kingpin of the English bowling department, Liam Plunkett has been expensive throughout the series, and it is only Chris Woakes who rose up to the mark for the visitors.

Woakes in the previous game picked four wickets for England, and he is the only hope for the European side in the third game when it comes to bowling.

TV Telecast and live streaming

Record viewership is expected for this last and final ODI in India.

Star Sports will telecast the live actions of this game in India, and the live streaming can be enjoyed in Hot Sports.

In the United States of America, the match will be shown live on Willow TV. Sky Sports is telecasting the live actions in the United Kingdom.

Pitch and weather conditions

The curator predicts that the pitch in Eden Gardens will be a perfect batting paradise, and the ball will quickly come on to the bat. Just like the previous two games, this match too will be a high scoring one.

The weather conditions in Eden Gardens is perfect for a 50-over cricket match. Chasing a large total will be a bit difficult in the night, and in all probabilities, the Captain who wins the toss will not hesitate to bat first.