Mumbai: It was one of the worst defeats for the Indian team in England this summer when they finished without winning a game. They lost the Test series 0-4, ODIs 0-3, one-off T20 international and also surrendered the No 1 Test ranking.
On October 14, Mahendra Singh Dhoni's team will be up against the same opponents -- this time in their own backyard. However, not much has changed for the Indian team. Most of their key players are yet to recover from injuries which they suffered during the ill-fated England tour.
Revenge would definitely be on top of everyone's mind when Dhoni's boys take on Alastair Cook's team in the first one-day international at Hyderabad. However, Indian sports psychologist Dr BP Bam reckoned the Indian team should not approach the England series with an aim to take revenge.