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As a team you're trying to keep a ruthless streak. I think one of the trademarks of this team over the last three or four weeks is the commitment they've shown to each other and out there on the field.
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Monty Panesar is set to make his first start for England in Sri Lanka on Saturday.
The Northamptonshire spinner has been forced to watch from the pavilion, as Graeme Swann has helped inspire England to an unassailable 3-1 lead in the series in his place.
Paul Collingwood's side sealed the nation's first limited-overs series victory in Sri Lanka on Wednesday, courtesy of their five-wicket victory in Colombo, but Swann has been ruled out of action with a hamstring strain since.
Coach Peter Moores has backed Panesar to prove himself though, as England seek a fourth straight one-day win against their opponents.
Moores told Sky Sports News: "We know in Monty we've got an international class spinner that's been kept out by someone playing at the top of his game in Graeme Swann.
"It's always tough when you're left out of a side, but Monty's no different from anybody else, we've got a very competitive squad.
"We've also got Dimi Mascarenhas that played very well in the series against India, a young man in Luke Wright and Chris Tremlett all trying very hard.
"It's nice when you get a consistent side, but it's also a great chance for Monty to gain some experience of playing one-day cricket in Sri Lanka."
The tourists have worked their way up to fourth in the International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings under Moores' guidance, but could slip to seventh if they lose.
All-rounder Ravi Bopara has already stated the desire within the camp to improve their status, and Moores has also stressed the importance of victory.
"It's another chance for us to learn to improve and build our own confidence so we'll be trying very hard to finish off with a win," he added.
"As a team you're trying to keep a ruthless streak. I think one of the trademarks of this team over the last three or four weeks is the commitment they've shown to each other and out there on the field.
"The lads have been playing pretty well, so I don't think we're going to be making wholesale changes that's for sure."
Muttiah Muralitharan (bicep) has been ruled out for Sri Lanka, while Farveez Maharoof has trained following his side strain.
But the all-rounder did not bowl in the nets on Friday, which means leg-spinner Kaushal Lokuarachchi could keep his place.
Mahela Jayawardene's side are off to Australia next and coach Trevor Bayliss will not risk further injury in pursuit of a losing cause.
Coverage of England's fifth and final one-dayer in the subcontinent this year begins live on Sky Sports 2 at 10am on Saturday.
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