Indian cricket fans cheered aloud ahead of tie-breaker One Day International against Sri Lanka in Visakhapatnam. India suffered a massive defeat in the first ODI by scoring below average total of just 112 runs in the first innings. However, India came back strongly in the second ODI, where skipper Rohit Sharma scored a record braking double century in Mohali. India has won the toss and decided to opt to bowl first. Kuldeep Yadav has been called in for the playing squad replacing Washington Sundar for the final ODI.