After a crushing win over Sri Lanka in the third one-day international, England will be confident of wrapping up the series in the 4th ODI at Lord's on Saturday.
Where to Watch Live:
The 4th ODI is scheduled for a 10.30 am BST (3 pm IST, 5.30 am ET) start with live coverage on Star Sports 2 and Star Sports HD2 in India. The one-dayer can also be watched via live streaming online in India HERE. Catch the action live on TV on Sky Sports 2 in the UK, while viewers can also live stream the action HERE. Viewers in the US can watch the game on ESPN 3 while the action can also be live streamed HERE. Watch the match in Sri Lanka on CSN with the live streaming option HERE, while South Africa and Sub Saharan Africa viewers can view the match on SuperSport and live online HERE.
Sri Lanka had one of those days that you want to forget as soon as possible, bowled out for a paltry 67, with England then romping home without losing a single wicket.
Confidence from such a huge win can go a long way in putting up a sustained run of results, something that England have just struggled to do over the past few series'.
"What has gone before, we have tried to take the positives and negatives and learn from them," England off-spinner James Tredwell said. "Thankfully we turned it around at Old Trafford, which was great to see, and want to produce that brand of cricket time and time again now.
"There is not a great deal of time before that World Cup, which we are all looking forward to. Win or lose, you want to be doing the things that are going to stand you in good stead as you go forward into that tournament. That is the focus going into [the fourth one-dayer].
"Like anything you want to get off to a good start. We have done some good things along the way and to get over the line in this game and start off on a high note in this series, will be huge for this group."
England's trump card this series has been Chris Jordan, who continues to trouble the Sri Lanka batsman with his hit-the-deck pace. Jordan was the star of England's victory in the first ODI, and then blasted through the Sri Lankan batting lineup on Wednesday with a brilliant five-wicket haul.
Alastair Cook's captaincy also shone bright in the third ODI, with the England skipper, without hesitation, setting attacking fields for his bowlers to put the Sri Lanka batsmen under pressure. That tactic was something which hasn't been seen too often from Cook, and the England leader admitted he just took a bit of a gamble and it paid off.
"I gambled a little bit, but luckily every time I was thinking about taking Jords [Chris Jordan] off he took another wicket," Cook said. "The overs were counting down and I was wondering how long I could keep him going but the decision was taken out of my hands.
"At the time they were six or seven down I was going to go for the jugular and would have bowled out our seamers. If we didn't get the wickets then Ravi [Bopara] and Tredders [James Tredwell] could have done the job, but luckily we didn't get that far.
"You're only as good as your bowlers and we got backed up by some very good bowling. We had the chance to put Sri Lanka under some real pressure. We bowled with real intensity and Sri Lanka found it very hard and I could afford to set attacking fields."
Sri Lanka, who had been unbeatable in ODIs in 2014 heading into this series, will want to bounce back from their abysmal batting performance, and a much kinder pitch and climate is expected to welcome them at Lord's.