Kolkata: The last time it hosted an ODI, the Eden Gardens saw 632 runs being scored with India chasing down Sri Lanka's huge total and this time also a lively pitch awaits the Indian and English teams.
CAB's (Cricket Association of Bengal) pitch curator Prabir Mukherjee promises a sporting one-day track for the fifth and final match on Tuesday with the hosts on the verge of inflicting a 5-0 whitewash on England.
"We have prepared a pitch that will stay firm with even bounce. It will be a typical one-day wicket. Plenty of runs will be on offer," Mukherjee said, refusing to predict any total.