England seeking "revenge" over India

England seeking
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Alastair Cook says he is hoping for "revenge" as play gets underway in the second ODI with India.

England captain Alastair Cook is hoping for "revenge" in the second ODI with India in Delhi today.

The Indians triumphed by 126 runs in the first ODI on Friday, and new skipper Cook has admitted his side were "outplayed".

Speaking before play got underway today, he added: "The beauty of a five-match one day series is you get the chance to have revenge - and we're hoping to do that today."

Both sides are unchanged from the first ODI as play gets underway. England won the toss and have decided to bat.

England: Cook, Kieswetter, Pietersen, Trott, Bopara, Bairstow, Patel, Bresnan, Swann, Finn, Dernbach.

Alastair Cook
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