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England v Mumbai President's XI photos

Mumbai's Brabourne Stadium

A crow eyes up the start of England's final warm-up match against Mumbai President's XI before the seven-match one-day series in India

Steve Harmison takes a wicket

England win the toss at Mumbai's Brabourne Stadium, but Sushant Marathe hits a fine 65 in 98 balls before falling to Steve Harmison

Paul Collingwood celebrates a wicket for England

Paul Collingwood celebrates his only wicket - Wilkin Mota - and finishes with figures of 1-22 off his four overs

Steve Harmison is frustrated

Harmison gets increasingly agitated as the hosts continue to impress at the crease before finishing on 222-7 off their 50 overs

Ian Bell is out

It's a shocking start. England are immediately on the back foot with Ian Bell falling to seamer Kshemal Waingankar for just six runs

Kevin Pietersen sees his wicket tumble

Not a great show from the skipper either with a third-ball duck for Kevin Pietersen. England lose their first five batsmen inside 12 overs

Andrew Flintoff walks off the field

After his century at the same venue on Sunday expectations were high for Andrew Flintoff. Just five this time in nine balls

Kevin Pietersen can't look at his players

It's not that bad is it captain? With the first one-dayer against India on Friday, Pietersen has much to think about

Luke Wright loses his wicket

Mumbai smell victory and with just one previous first-class cap, Waingankar bowls Luke Wright to grab his fifth wicket of the game

Mumbai President's XI celebrate their win

And that's that. England are 124 runs short, all out for 98 after 25 overs. The Mumbai players celebrate, easily seeing off the visitors

James Anderson and Graeme Swann walk off after defeat

Not a great day for England, although they finish with a 20 from James Anderson and an unbeaten quick-fire 24 from Graeme Swann

The scoreboard in Mumbai

Where's that calculator gone? The scorers rub salt into England's wounds and leave their total eight runs shy of the 98 they finish on



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see also
England collapse to heavy defeat
11 Nov 08 |  England
Pietersen calm after dismal loss
11 Nov 08 |  England
England in India 2008
14 Jul 08 |  Cricket


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