India won the fourth ODI against England in Mohali by five wickets on Wednesday, thanks to an unbeaten 89 by Suresh Raina and 83 from Rohit Sharma, securing the series as they lead 3-1 going into the final match.
India took a valuable series lead after the third ODI in Ranchi on Saturday, beating England by seven wickets as Virat Kohli found form with an unbeaten half century.
After their latest defeat, it might be a useful exercise for Ashley Giles to put up the following next to the England team sheet.
Top of the pops in Rajkot's series opener, England came crashing down to earth in Kochi on Tuesday, when India's resounding success saw the five-match series draw level at one win apiece.
England got their ODI series against India off to a winning start in Rajkot on Friday, claiming victory by nine runs as James Tredwell took four wickets to prevent a successful chase by the hosts.
@Samar1, You have just spoken my words buddy very well, Starting an Interntational game after 2 days being in South Africa and not even playing a practice game is utter joke! Though BCCI can take the...Have Your Say