Chris Woakes in action for England

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Summary

  1. England win toss & bat first – Roy & Plunkett return in place of Vince & Moeen
  2. India bring in Pant for Shankar
  3. England into semi-finals with two wins from final two matches
  4. Defeat could see them eliminated before their next game if results don’t go their way

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By Tom Rostance

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  1. was responding to criticism from Vaughan and fellow ex-skipper Kevin Pietersen after the hosts suffered back-to-back losses against Sri Lanka and Australia.

    “Never has an England team had so much support, but it’s you and your team that has disappointed Jonny,” Vaughan said in an Instagram post.

  • nerve-shredding victory over Afghanistan at Headingley.

    Victory for Sarfaraz Ahmed’s side means England are likely to need to beat both India and New Zealand on Wednesday to reach the last four.

    Pakistan are now one point clear of England, who can regain fourth place if they beat India – the only unbeaten side left in the competition – at Edgbaston.

    Lose and it will come down to their final match against New Zealand at Chester-le-Street on Wednesday – and what happens in the remaining fixtures involving Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.

    If India beat England but lose to Bangladesh on Tuesday, Eoin Morgan’s men could then be eliminated whatever happens against New Zealand the following day.

    That is because Pakistan’s final match is against Bangladesh at Lord’s in what may become a straight knockout for fourth place.

  • Under pressure?

    England v India (10:30 BST)

    Pre-tournament favourites.

    Hosts.

    World number ones.

    Eoin MOrgan

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    Forget all that. England are in big trouble in the World Cup.

    Lose to India at Edgbaston today and it could be all but over.

    How are you under pressure, lads? Let’s find out…