Bell urges England belief
January 21, 2013 14:55:24 UK
Ian Bell believes England must get the basics right if they are to level the one-day series against India in the fourth match on Wednesday.
The tourists began the series well, winning the first match by nine runs with Bell making 85, but have lost the last two in resounding defeats.
We have to keep believing we can win and we've shown we can do that. Ian Bell
However, Bell insists they can take inspiration from the victory in Rajkot and go into the last match with something to play for.
England are 2.50 to win in Mohali, while India can be backed at 1.53.
"Hopefully we have the opportunity to put in a performance like we did in the first ODI and take it to 2-2," said Bell, who is 4.50 to be England's top batsman on Wednesday.
"We went into that first match after losing two warm-ups but we put in a performance. We have to keep believing we can win and we've shown we can do that.
"We have to get our basics right and we have to perform. There's no doubt we set a platform in the first match. If we get a platform, our middle order is very powerful and destructive.
"But we need a foundation for our big hitters in the middle to get us going. We've shown we can do it in the first ODI. But maybe we didn't adapt well enough to conditions since, certainly in the last game."
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