The Aaron Finch-led side will now be hoping to seal the deal in the crucial second match while England will aim to level the series and take the fight to the finale.

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After losing out to England 1-2 in the T20I leg of their tour, Australia replied with a cracker of a win in the opening match of the ODI series. The men from Down Under put up a formidable score of 294 and then their bowling unit proceeded to successfully deny England from what would have been the highest ODI run chase at Old Trafford.

With the first win successfully out of the way, the Aaron Finch-led side will now be hoping to seal the deal in the crucial second match on Sunday, September 13, while England will be giving it their all to level the series and take the fight to the finale.

While England will probably employ the same playing XI, they need to hone their batting to deal with another Aussie assault as potent as the last one.

Australia too are likely to keep their line-up unchanged, however, with Mitchell Starc's injury woes possibly keeping him out of the action, Kane Richardson could be brought in.

England have enjoyed quite an impressive run ever since the comeback from the global virus-induced lockdown but they no longer seem to have the upper hand, certainly not against Australia anyway. The second ODI will therefore be crucial and here's when and where you can follow all the action:

When is the second England vs Australia ODI

The second England vs Australia ODI starts at 5:30 PM IST, with the toss scheduled for 5 PM IST.

Where to watch the second England vs Australia ODI

The second England vs Australia ODI will be telecast live on Sony SIX and Sony Six HD in India

Where to stream the second England vs Australia ODI

The second England vs Australia ODI will be streamed live on the Sony Liv app.

Squads

England: Dawid Malan, Eoin Morgan (captain), Jason Roy, Joe Root, Phil Salt, Chris Woakes, Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Jonny Bairstow (wicketkeeper), Jos Buttler (wicketkeeper), Sam Billings (wicketkeeper), Tom Banton (wicketkeeper), Adil Rashid, Jofra Archer, Mark Wood, Saqib Mahmood, Tom Curran

Australia: Aaron Finch (captain), David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Daniel Sams, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Mitchell Marsh, Alex Carey (wicket-keeper), Josh Philippe (wicket-keeper), Matthew Wade (wicket-keeper), Adam Zampa, Andrew Tye, Ashton Agar, Josh Hazlewood, Kane Richardson, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Pat Cummins, Riley Meredith, Sean Abbott