England captain Alastair Cook has tamped down suggestions that his side's spinners are superior to India's, even after the Test series win and taking the lead in the one-day series.
Graeme Swann and Monty Panesar were the better bowling pair in the Tests, compared to Pragyan Ojha and Ravichandran Ashwin, and then James Tredwell took four wickets in the opening ODI in Rajkot.
But Cook is urging caution as there are still four games to go, and England don't have Swann or Panesar to call on in the limited-overs games. Instead, it's Tredwell, Joe Root and Samit Patel who must carry the slow load.
The skipper said ahead of the second ODI, when asked if his side had the better spinners: "I wouldn't say that, but obviously our spinners have done well.
"In the Test match series we bowled very well. Monty and Swanny proved what quality bowlers they are and in that first one-dayer we had Tredders, who has been around a while and he has been doing that for years.
"It just proves that experience you gain in county cricket can bode well in international cricket. But we've played one game in this series.
"Let's not get too carried away. We enjoyed the other night because we won. But it's a game of fine margins. We are going to have to do the same in the remaining games."