Welcome to our coverage of India's second game in the 2014 Hockey World Cup.
India have had a day to recover from their heart-breaking loss in to Belgium in the first game and seem determined to pick up three points from their second game. A loss to England would make qualifying for the semi-finals, something India hasn't achieved since 1975, almost impossible.
The match will begin at 7:30 pm India time.
In the meantime, those of who want to punish yourselves can relive India's loss to Belgium.
Defending champs Australia beat Spain 3-0 earlier today, giving them two wins out of two.
India coach Terry Walsh has been working on the team's spacing for this game. It was poor against Belgium, which is they had 36 circle penetrations, or roughly one every two minutes.
India will need to tighten their midfield play. Sardar Singh sat too deep in the last game. India should press more against England.
Here is what Sardar Singh told the tournament website going into this match.
We are five minutes away from the start.
India are second from bottom in their group, ahead only of Malaysia on goal difference. They need points and need them fast.
The two teams are being led on to the field by the two umpires.
Sardar Singh is a picture of concentration as the teams line-up for the national anthems.
I am sorry to report the England team sings just as horribly as Belgium and India did the other night.
Just a smattering of fans in the stadium but shouts of Chak De India can be heard.
Ashley Jackson is the England player to watch out for. India will want to keep him quiet.
India in the huddle - One, Two, Three, India is the chant.
Somewhat surprising, Ravindran has come for Sreejesh in goal for India.
England advance down the right to start the game but the ball is intercepted easily in the D.
India get the ball upfield quickly but a collision ends up with a free hit for England. SV Sunil the guilty party.
2 mins: England get the ball in the goal but there was no player touched it in the D.
3 mins: England come forward in a wave but the attack peters out again. India's spacing appears to be better so far.
4 mins: India get the ball into England's D but England are able to defend and the ball is eventually passed behind the goal and out of play by India.
England having more of the possession in the very early going.
5 mins: India shift the ball upfield down the left with a long pass but the India forward is crowded out.
Neither side has had a shot yet.
7 mins: India has a free hit on the left just outside England's D but can't weave their way past England's defenders.
India earning more possession now.
8 mins Sadly India hits a pass to strong and the ball goes out of play.
9 mins: India's turn to get the ball in the goal but again no touch from inside the D. India slowly asserting themselves here.
The ball came off the goalie's pads but the rule was changed a few months ago so this doesn't count as an own goal.
10 mins: India have asked for a video referral. If they win this, it will be a penalty corner for India as the ball hit the foot of an Indian player.
And it is a penalty corner.
Raghunath comes forward. This is a big chance for India.
11 mins: The ball isn't pushed in with much space but India get off a shot. It is easily saved by the goalie but ends up trapped under his hip so it is another penalty corner.
12 mins: Rupinder Pal takes the shot but it crashes into Fox, who is now writing on the ground in obvious pain.
Now checking to see whether the ball struck Fox above the knee or not. If it hit him below, it will be another penalty corner.
Fox is being taken off the field on a stretcher. Hopefully he is okay. The knee has swollen considerably.
India get a third penalty corner. Will it be a case of third time lucky?
12 mins: Again, the push is poor and doesn't make it to the stopper. India get a strike in but it takes a deflection and flies over the goal.
It was Manpreet Singh who took the shot.
14 mins: England now have possession back and are working the ball around looking for an opening.
15 mins: They get the ball into the D from the left but the deflection is wide as the ball is directed at the near post.
15 mins: England move the ball quickly after Mandeep lets its go through his legs and out of play but can't control the ball in the D and India breathe a sigh of relief.