England batsman Kevin Pietersen has been reprimanded by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for showing dissent during his side's Twenty20 International against India in Kolkata.
Pietersen set up England's six-wicket win with an innings of 53 in 39 balls but has been reprimanded for his reaction to being given out leg before wicket to Suresh Raina.
India's spinners instigated a staggering collapse that handed them a 95-run win over England in the fifth One-Day International in Kolkata.
In front of a record low crowd for an Indian home match at Eden Gardens, Ravi Jadeja took four wickets and Ravi Ashwin three as England careered from 129 without loss to 176 all out in reply to 271 for eight as India scored a 5-0 series win.
England batsman Kevin Pietersen has suffered a fractured thumb and misses the fifth and final One-Day International in Kolkata.
He picked up the injury when he was hit while fielding in the fourth game in Mumbai but he will remain with the squad ahead of the Twenty20 International on 29th October.
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A ground-record fourth-wicket Indian partnership of 131 between Virat Kohli and Suresh Raina condemned England to a six-wicket defeat in the fourth One-Day International in Mumbai.
Kohli hit an unbeaten 86 and Suresh Raina a belligerent 80 as the home side moved into a 4-0 lead in the series by overhauling a target of 221 in 40.1 overs.
England fast bowler Tim Bresnan has been fined 7.5 percent of his match fee after he was found guilty of showing dissent during his side's five-wicket defeat to India in the third One-Day International in Mohali.
Bresnan pleaded not guilty to the charge, brought by onfield umpires Billy Bowden and Sudhir Asnani as well as third umpire S. Ravi.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni calmly guided India to a five-wicket win over England in the third One-Day International in Mohali to move into an unassailable 3-0 series lead.
With seven needed from the final over chasing a testing target of 299, Dhoni hit Tim Bresnan for two fours from the first two balls to hand India the series and condemn England to a third straight defeat.
Warwickshire all-rounder Chris Woakes has been ruled out of the remainder of England's tour of India with a thigh injury and has been replaced by Durham fast bowler Graham Onions.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) confirmed that Woakes suffered a left thigh strain during training between the first and second One-Day Internationals and will be returning home.
India have named an unchanged squad for the remaining three One-Day Internationals against England while also calling up Robin Uthappa and Yusuf Pathan for the Twenty20 International that follows.
India have surged into a 2-0 series lead with comprehensive 126-run and eight-wicket victories in Hyderabad and Delhi and will be aiming for more of the same.
India produced an outstanding all-round performance to beat England by eight wickets in the second One-Day International in Delhi to go 2-0 up in the five-match series.
India prevented England from consistently building partnerships and bowled them out for 237 before an unbeaten century from Virat Kohli guided them home with almost 15 overs to spare.
India thrashed England by 126 runs in the opening One-Day International in Hyderabad thanks to a belligerent half-century from Mahendra Singh Dhoni and effective spin bowling.
Dhoni was unbeaten on 87 as India piled up 300 for seven from their 50 overs, overcoming a slightly shaky start but they powered to vitory by bowling England out for 174 in reply.
John Pennington and Chetan Narula will be discussing and analysing England's tour of India in a series of podcasts throughout the series.
They start by looking ahead to the opening match in Hyderabad, assessing which squad goes into the game on a high and which players might make an impact.
To just pretend that England's five match ODI series (plus one T20I) in India is a low-stake round would be very easy. After all, the visitors have had an awesome summer and the hosts have only continued to get tired, jaded even with the rigours of Champions League T20. After a continuous avalanche of cricket, it almost seems cumbersome to stir up again, when only less than a month ago MS Dhoni's boys were getting pummelled in the British Isles.
England's young guns Jonathan Bairstow, Scott Borthwick and Stuart Meaker all turned in impressive performances as the tourists smashed a Hyderabad Cricket Association XI by 253 runs in a tour game.
Bairstow hammered an unbeaten 104 in 53 as England racked up a total of 367 for four and Hyderabad were bowled out for just 114 as Borthwick and Meaker shared eight wickets.
Steven Finn took a hat-trick as England made a winning start to their tour of India with a 56-run success over a Hyderabad Cricket Association XI.
Finn ended Hyderabad's innings with three wickets in three balls to bowl the hosts out for 163 in reply to England's score of 219 all out in 47.2 overs.
India have named a 15-man squad to play England in the first two One-Day Internationals in October, leaving out experienced off-spinner Harbhajan Singh.
Zaheer Khan, Sachin Tendulkar, Yuvraj Singh, Virender Sehwag, Rohit Sharma, Munaf Patel and Ishant Sharma are also absent through injury so the selectors have handed a first call-up to leg-spinner Rahul Sharma.
England have named a 15-man squad to tour India for the series of five One-Day Internationals in October, recalling Kevin Pietersen but resting fast bowler James Anderson.
Pietersen was himself rested from the home series against India - which England won 3-0 - but returns to a squad that, missing Stuart Broad and Eoin Morgan through injury, has an air of youth about it.