Kolkata: After the 0-5 whitewash against India, a resilient England would look to salvage some pride when they take on the hosts in the one-off Twenty20 match in Kolkata on Saturday, stand-in skipper Graeme Swann said on Friday.
Swann is captaining the side in the absence of the injured Stuart Broad. The 32-year-old had led England against the West Indies for a 1-1 result in the two-match series last month and said he was looking forward to the job again.
"I am looking forward to captain again. It's been a month or so when I was the captain of the side. It's been good fun. It's chance for us to salvage a bit of pride. It's chance for me to get my hands on the game as a leader," Swann said on the eve of the match here at the Eden Gardens.