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Charlotte Edwards' all conquering England Women take on India at Lord's, in the last match before the Ground hosts the Olympic Games archery competition.
The fixture is the first of a five match series, which followed England's 2-0 series win in the T20 fixtures which were played last week.
England, the reigning 50-over World Champions, are on an astonishing run of form, after going through the winter unbeaten in fixtures against New Zealand and South Africa.
After continuing their form against India in the T20s, Edwards' side now move onto the Home of Cricket, where they lost their only fixture of the summer last season, against Australia.
Several members of the England side will fell very much at home at Lord's though.
Six of the squad are MCC Young Cricketers and based at Lord's for much of the summer. Among them are star number three batsman Sarah Taylor, who was in excellent form against India.
Also involved is Holly Colvin, who recently graduated from Durham MCC University.
Any ticket holder from the England v Australia ODI on Friday 29 June will be admitted, on production of their ticket, to the England Women v India Women match for a reduced half price of £6.