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    In pics: England's ODI form in India since 2000

    • Marcus Trescothick opened the 2001-02 series with a century in Kolkata but it was not enough to prevent a 22-run defeat to India. (Getty Images)

    • Paul Collingwood helped England level the series 1-1 in Cuttack with a match-winning 71 and some sharp work in the field. (Getty Images)

    • After losing the third and fourth ODIs, England pulled off a narrow two-run win in Delhi with left-arm spinner Ashley Giles taking five wickets. (Getty Images)

    • England rallied outstandingly to tie the ODIs 3-3 after being on the verge of losing. Andrew Flintoff's shirtless celebrations after the final match in Mumbai were a memorable finale to a tense contest. (Getty Images)

    • England were drubbed 5-1 in 2005-06. Their only win came in the sixth ODI at Jamshedpur, where Andrew Strauss’ 74 helped them to a five-wicket success. (Getty Images)

    • The tone for a 5-0 whitewash in 2008-09 were set in the opening match at Rajkot, where England, under Kevin Pietersen, were beaten by 158 runs. (Getty Images)

    • The series was surrendered in Bangalore, where despite a rollicking innings from Owais Shah England fell 19 runs short in the fourth ODI. (Getty Images)

    • Despite scoring a fine century, Pietersen oversaw a 5-0 defeat in Cuttack where India chased a target of 272 with ease. The last two ODIs were cancelled following the terrorist attacks on Mumbai.(Getty Images)

    • After hammering India in the Tests and ODIs at home in the summer of 2011, England toured India and lost the first ODI in Hyderabad by 126 runs. (Getty Images)

    • India clinched the series with a five-wicket win in the third ODI in Mohali. (Getty Images)

    • A 5-0 clean sweep was administered on England at Eden Gardens, where India won by 95 runs. (Getty Images)