Worcestershire's Moeen Ali was the only real positive for England as they were thrashed by India in the fourth One-Day International at Edgbaston.
India strolled to the series victory, going 3-0 up with just one more game to play, as they knocked off England's total of 206 all out in just 30.3 overs, for the loss of only one wicket.
Moeen Ali earlier hit three 6s on his way to scoring 67 off 50 balls, which helped a stuttering England to a total India bettered with ease.
England take on India at Edgbaston in Birmingham today in the fourth One-Day International in their five-match series.
India currently lead the series 2-0, after the first match was abandoned, then winning the second and third matches convincingly.
Warwickshire players Ian Bell and Chris Woakes will be hoping for an improved performance on their home ground.
The last match between the two sides was on Saturday at Nottinghamshire's Trent Bridge, with India winning by 6 wickets.
England coach Peter Moores has given some reasons why Worcestershire all-rounder Moeen Ali could be picked for tomorrow's fourth One-Day International against India.
The two sides face off once more, this time at Edgbaston, with England 2-0 down in the series, and needing a win to have any chance of drawing the series.
International cricket is back in Birmingham, with the deciding fixture in the one-day series between England and Sri Lanka at Edgbaston.
Both countries have won two games each, so the winner of today's game will win the series.
England training ahead of their Nat West One Day game at Nottingham's Trent Bridge. England go into the third match of the series 2-0 down.