Chetan Narula, writing for Firstpost.com , says an iota of rest should not be under-rated, as MS Dhoni showed in the first ODI against England in Hyderabad.
In his review of the first one-dayer between India and England in the Guardian , Mike Selvey describes the template of a Dhoni innings
The Indian Express' Aditya Iyer attends England's training session to see whether legspinner Scott Borthwick lives up to the hype.
Vic Marks, writing in the Guardian , questions how Alastair Cook's side could deflate so quickly after their undefeated summer against India, and looks at technical handicaps that seem to be plaguing the visitors.
Tim Bresnan tells the Telegraph's Jonathan Liew that the England bowlers are trying to intimidate the India batsmen with words and stares since it is difficult to do it with the ball on Indian pitches
While India's one-day series victory over England with a young side may not offer a foolproof guide to prospects in longer formats, the mood of the matches and the buoyancy of the Indians bode well, says Peter Roebuck in the Hindu .
In the Guardian , Mike Selvey says the ongoing ODI series between India and England has been a fractious one
With Zaheer Khan injured, and Ishant Sharma just recovering from injury, Praveen Kumar is India's No
England have had two big ODI wins against India at the Wankhede Stadium - the 1987 World Cup semi-final and a series-levelling win in 2002 when Andrew Flintoff famously took his shirt off in celebration
Alastair Cook's first tour as one-day captain has been a heated one, in which his players have sometimes expressed frustration with each other as well as the opposition