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England v India ODI series 2014
India crushed England by nine wickets in the fourth Royal London one-day international to take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match series.
England captain Alastair Cook admitted he was frustrated after his side suffered a nine-wicket defeat to India at Edgbaston, the tourists wrapping up the Royal London Series 3-0 with a game to spare.
Former Australia seamer Glenn McGrath has signed a five-year deal with the India cricket board to help develop the country’s next generation of fast bowlers.
Peter Moores says England are looking for the right balance as his side target a draw in the one-day series with India to build momentum ahead of next year's World Cup.
India have risen to the top of the International Cricket Council's ODI rankings amid a convincing two-nil series lead over England.
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