Fielding coach Richard Halsall has reiterated England's ambition to upstage India in their own backyard, ahead of Saturday's third ODI in Ranchi.
The visitors won the first ODI by nine runs on the back of big half-centuries from captain Alastair Cook and opener Ian Bell and a fine four-wicket haul from James Tredwell.
The second match, however, left the five-fixture series locked at one win apiece. Bowled out for a mere 158 in reply to the hosts' 285 for six, the English were thoroughly trounced by 127 runs.
"It was a heavy defeat and the lads were disappointed they didn't deliver. The disappointment is that we created two very good opportunities to win a game of cricket in India, which is very hard to do, and we didn't take them," said Halsall.
"We didn't hit some of the targets we would hope to, but we have to try and be as objective as possible and take the emotion out of it. India is an emotional place to play cricket, but we have to move forward, provide consistency and go back to our fundamentals."
Fast bowler Tim Bresnan missed the second match in Kochi due to a knee injury, but is expected to return to training come Friday. If fully fit, he is likely to replace all-rounder Chris Woakes in the playing XI.
Mohali and Dharamsala will host matches four and five on 23 and 27 January respectively.