On finely balancing the series score at 1-1, India faces England in the third and final ODI, at the MCA Stadium in Pune on Sunday. The audience staged a turnaround in the second ODI, to level the series. India will be looking for a better performance from their bowlers, while England would want to build on their attacking approach with the bat that saw them chase down the 337-run target with over six overs to spare. In the second ODI, India set England a target of 337 runs, with KL Rahul (108) slamming a century. Virat Kohli (66) and Rishabh Pant (77) also scored half-centuries. But the home side’s bowling department hesitated against England’s batting order, consisting of Jonny Bairstow, who smashed 124 off 112 balls. Also, Jason Roy (55) and Ben Stokes (99) made noteworthy contributions, helping their side win by six wickets.