It's the first big match for India in the preliminary group phase, and the contest against England should be a good one. Both teams have played and won against Afghanistan in their opening tie, and one shouldn't try to draw any conclusion from the margins of victory. India won a close contest, while England looked a smart unit, but come Sunday it may well be a different ball game.
In recent times, India have generally had the better of England in the 50-over arena, and MS Dhoni and his boys will be keen to extend that to Twenty20, where England have won the last three meetings.
England have a lot of young faces in the side. There's no Alastair Cook or Kevin Pietersen, and the holders have brought in fresh legs to defend the title. In Stuart Broad they have a young captain, for a format in which they say that you always need to be two steps ahead.