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By Matthew Henry

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    What a day.

    England are still alive in their home World Cup. Some had written them off but they have produced a fine performance to take down India.

    Scroll down for highlights and reaction. Read Stephan Shemilt's match report for full details.

    See you tomorrow.

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    So England are a win from the semi-finals. Beat New Zealand and they are through.

    They can also progress if Bangladesh lose to India and beat Pakistan.

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    Pandya was the last man to go and from there England were comfortable.

    MS Dhoni and Kedar Jadhav never threatened to score the runs that were needed.

    They bizarrely just knocked singles around.

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    Worm

    This worm graph shows how important the wicket of Pant was. It's the second to last ball on that red line.

    At that point the teams were neck and neck.

    It was more magic from Woakes that did it...

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    The game was not done, however.

    Hardik Pandya battered the ball around and with Rishabh Pant at the other end the India chase was still possible.

    Pandya scored 45 from 33 and Pant 32 from 29.

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    After his remarkable start, Chris Woakes returned to dismiss Rohit for 102.

    At this point it felt like England were closing in...

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    But it was Liam Plunkett who took the big wicket for England - that of Virat Kohli.

    Plunkett was recalled today. England are unbeaten in this tournament when he is in the team.

    You can see what Kohli's wicket meant to England...

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    Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma then threatened the incredible. They never got fully in control of the run-rate but dug in and built a platform.

    They put on 138 for the second wicket.

    Rohit scored a 25th ODI century.

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    Chris Woakes was majestic at the start with the ball for England.

    He started with three maidens and took the wicket of KL Rahul. He had Rohit Sharma dropped too.

    When you're defending a big total it goes without saying that the start from Woakes was ideal.

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    HelloWorld: The difference was the number of sixer hit 13 for England Vs 1 for India that has made the difference. Well played England and India.

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    Virat Kohli had a strange complaint at the presentation.

    On the short boundary today, he said: "The toss was vital, especially since the boundary was that short. It is a coincidence that it just falls under the limitations of the shortest boundary you can have.

    "It is quite bizarre on a flat pitch. It is crazy things fall in place like that randomly."

    Odd.

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    England captain Eoin Morgan: "Regardless of the toss we played extremely well. Jason Roy and Bairstow at the top were magnificent to watch. The continuation of partnerships throughout took us to a formidable total.

    "From 10-20 overs we got 90-odd runs and that was the winning or losing of the game. We took on the spinners and that's the way we want to play our cricket, hopefully this kick starts it for us. It got more difficult to bat on throughout our innings so I wasn't that worried when they were batting.

    "I was quite happy that India didn't go hard at us in the last few overs! Our bowlers bowled well though. Liam Plunkett has been outstanding for us for four years, absolutely outstanding, particularly in that middle period of the innings.

    "No game in this tournament is easy. Every game has been extremely tough and it will continue to be."

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    Ben Stokes deserves a lot of credit too. Once again he performed with the bat in this World Cup.

    Just when England were faltering a little he powered the score on over 300 with 79 from 54 balls.

    Today he became just the fourth player to register four scores of 75 or more in a single World Cup.

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    India captain Virat Kohli: "Every team has lost a game or two here and there. No-one likes to lose but we have to take in our stride. We have to accept it. We are still playing good cricket. The mood is the same in the changing room. We will learn from it and move forward.

    "I thought they were going towards 360 and we did well to pull things back. 10 or 15 runs fewer would have been better. 330-odd - we were happy at the halfway stage. If we were a bit more clinical with the bat, maybe the result would have been different."

    On the situation with Hardik Pandya and Rishabh Pant at the crease: "We thought when they were in we had a decent chance but we kept losing wickets. Credit has to go to England."

    On the strange, slow finish: "It is up to the discussion with the two in there. It was just not coming off. England were bowling good areas. It was not easy get to boundaries. We will have to sit down and assess."

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    England opener Jason Roy on TMS: "It was great to be back out there and putting together another big partnership. It was horrible to be out of the team but I needed to stay positive and I knew if I worked hard I would be back out on the pitch,

    "I was raring to go at Lord's but it was the smart decision not to let me play against Australia. It worked out for the best. It was great for Jonny Bairstow to go on and get a big score, he looked very good.

    "I felt great, I have been putting in a lot of work. India are a very strong side, they deserved to be number one in the world, but now it's time for us to win three games and win the trophy."

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    England opener Jonny Bairstow: "To win the toss and bat first it was important to set the platform. It's been frustrating for the guys, we know how well we can play and today we were pretty good with bat, ball and in the field and there are more things we can still improve on.

    "We were reacting to each ball. having been in the IPL it has helped me play spin and how to build an innings in all conditions. The ball did bits at first, I had some inside edges and you ride your luck when you can.

    "It came together today. The closest to a complete performance we have had but we have three must-win games still to come. New Zealand have been terrific so far."

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    It was that blitz from Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy that did it for England. No one else was able to score at that rate during the match, with Ben Stokes the only one to come close.

    England looked so much better with Roy at the top of the order again.

    He and Bairstow put on 160 for the first wicket from 22 overs.

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    Prakash Wakankar

    BBC Test Match Special

    There is nobody you can count on for anything at the bottom of the order for India. In three games now you have seen that India decide to play cautiously in the middle order. It is a problem.