Eoin Morgan says England will be "exposed to a different challenge" against India - and that they won't be afraid to tinker with their batting order during the three-match T20I series.
England reeled off six white-ball wins on the spin over Australia, with a 5-0 whitewash in the ODI series followed by a triumph in the one-off Twenty20.
India, though, have recorded victories in 12 of their previous 14 T20 internationals, including thumping successes over Ireland at Malahide last week - Virat Kohli's team winning the second match by 143 runs.
Speaking ahead of Tuesday's first T20I at Old Trafford - which you can watch on live Sky Sports Cricket and Main Event from 5pm - England skipper Morgan backed his charges to build on their success against Australia.
In-form Jos Buttler smashed England's fastest T20I fifty, from 22 balls, at Edgbaston on Wednesday after being promoted to opener - but Morgan insists his side will continue to be flexible as they look ahead to the World T20 in Australia in 2020.
"There generally is a different challenge when you play against subcontinental teams," said Morgan, whose side will also play India in T20s at Cardiff on Friday and Bristol on Sunday.
"It usually exposes you to spin, reverse-swing - completely different challenges than we are normally used to. We are in the middle of our summer and have played a lot of cricket so hopefully we will deal with it.
"I think you will see more experimentation [with our batting] - we have to be open to what may be the best combination down the line with one eye on the World T20 in Australia.
"I don't think, here and now, that making a solid decision and sticking with it for the next two years is productive or healthy. Some of our guys might go to the Big Bash and absolutely tear it up, so you have to be open-minded."
India captain Kohli believes his team have the nous to stop the England juggernaut and says they will play "positive and hard cricket" to try and take down Morgan's side.
"We believe in our ability as a team and we have a lot of T20 experience," he told reporters. "We have just come off the IPL and a couple of games against Ireland where the team has looked great.
"We expect England to come hard at us and we certainly want to play some positive and hard cricket.
"It's going to be an exciting series, for sure, and we believe we have the side to put up a great fight. I want the team to play good cricket and I want to be able to lead from the front."
Twelve England players took part in the 2018 IPL, including Buttler (Rajasthan Royals), Alex Hales (Sunrisers Hyderabad), Jason Roy (Delhi Daredevils) and David Willey (Chennai Super Kings) - and Kohli feels that has boosted relations between the two national teams.
"There was never that familiarity or warmth between the two teams before, purely because we didn't know the guys enough," added Kohli, who captained Moeen Ali and Chris Woakes at Royal Challengers Bangalore.
"This season has broken that barrier to a great extent and I think it will happen in future. I hear people are keen to play and they should."
England (possible): E Morgan (Captain), J Roy, J Buttler (wkt), A Hales, J Root, J Bairstow, M Ali, D Willey, A Rashid, C Jordan, L Plunkett
India (possible): V Kohli (Captain), R Sharma, S Dhawan, S Raina, MS Dhoni (wkt), H Pandya, M Pandey, B Kumar, K Yadav, U Yadav, Y Chahal
Watch the first Twenty20 international between England and India, at Old Trafford, live from 5pm on Tuesday on Sky Sports Cricket (channel 404) and Sky Sports Main Event (channel 401).
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