England’s death-over specialist Chris Jordan has insisted that his side would like to continue with the winning momentum they have gained in the last two games against India.
Jordan said the dead rubber ODI win in the five-match series which they lost 1-4 at Kolkata, followed by the T20 victory at Kanpur have given them a good momentum for Sunday’s game at the VCA Stadium.
“It was a very nice feeling actually coming back into the team, not being involved in the One-Dayers, coming from the Big Bash. Obviously we have had a tough time on the tour, losing the Test series and ODIs initially. The last ODI win and now the first in T20I has given us a little bit of momentum. Hopefully we can keep that going,” said Jordan who has played 8 Tests and 31 ODIs too for England before losing his place in both these formats.
“Every game is a chance to impress, a chance to stake a claim and I don’t see tomorrow or being any different. We are taking it one game at a time at the minute. If we do win tomorrow, we do wrap up the series. It will be great to do that in India.”
“A series win, which, I think is a great feat in India. So, hopefully we can do that tomorrow and then look forward to Bengaluru but yeah, just one game at the minute,” he added.
India, who are lagging behind 0-1 in the three-match series, would look to keep the series alive by winning the second game to be played on Sunday.