Hampshire left-arm spinner Danny Briggs has been ruled out England's Twenty20 Internationals in New Zealand after suffering a sprained ankle in Dharamshala.
Briggs, 21, was injured druring training for England's fifth and final One-Day International against India, which he will now miss as well as the tour of New Zealand, and the Lions tour of Australia.
England produced an improved batting performance but it was not enough to prevent India from sealing the series with a five-wicket victory in the fourth One-Day International in Mohali.
Half-centuries in tricky conditions from Alastair Cook, Kevin Pietersen and Joe Root helped England reach 257 for seven but India reached their target with 15 balls to spare.
In the second ODI against England, Jadeja tucked into England's death bowling and ended with 61 off only 37 balls to haul India up to 285 for six. Then, when England batted, he took two wickets with his left-arm-spin. In the third game, it was again his spin bowling that caused problems and he ended with three for 19 in another India victory.
England have been dealt another blow in their attempt to win the One-Day International series against India after Stuart Broad, who was due to join the squad for the final two games, was left stranded at Heathrow Airport because of heavy snowfall.
India have named an unchanged squad for the final two One-Day Internationals against England, which are to be held in Mohali and Dharmashala on 23rd and 27th January respectively.
The 15 players named have helped India bounce back from an unexpected defeat in their first match in Rakjot with comprehensive wins in Kochi and today in Ranchi.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni gave his adoring hometown public in Ranchi what they, and India, wanted, by hitting the winning runs in the third One-Day International against England.
The contest was long over by the time he was given a rapturous ovation and he put the seal on a comprehensive seven-wicket victory by hitting Steven Finn through backward square as India overtook England's inadequate score of 155 in the 29th over.
Ahead of the third One-Day International in Ranchi, England batsman and sometime stand-in captain Eoin Morgan believes his side must avoid repeating the errors that saw them beaten in India in 2011.
Morgan missed the 5-0 thrashing that year due to a shoulder injury but has urged the team to learn from the mistakes made on previous tours.
Former Pakistan captain Imran Khan has offered support to under fire Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, and suggested that other players in the team should be taking their share of the blame for recent poor results.
Khan, who led Pakistan to World Cup glory in 1992 as well as captaining the side to their first ever series win in India in 1987, was keen to stress that Dhoni has an enviable record as captain and that he shouldn't shoulder all the blame for the Test series defeat to England before Christmas.
By scoring 108 runs in the final 10 overs of their innings, India followed England's blueprint of how to set up a One-Day International total but then performed just as well with the ball to take a 127-run win in the second game in Kochi.
Half-centuries from Mahendra Singh Dhoni (72), Ravindra Jadeja (61 not out) and Suresh Raina (55) took India to 285 for five and England were subsequently bowled out for 158 in 36 overs.
England struck first in their One-Day International series against India, claiming a nine-run win in an entertaining, high-scoring game in Rajkot.
England's 325 for five, set up first by half-centuries from Alastair Cook and Ian Bell, and then some lusty hitting from Samit Patel, proved to be enough when India closed on 316 for nine.
Batsman Kevin Pietersen has completed his return to the England setup after signing a full England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) central contract.
England Twenty20 and One-Day International coach Ashley Giles confirmed that Pietersen had signed the deal two days ahead of the team's opening ODI against India in Rajkot.
Fortunately for England, defeat in a warm-up match does not necessarily spell disaster for the series ahead. However, the manner in which they were beaten today by a Delhi side that failed to make the quarter-finals of the ongoing Ranji Trophy, coupled with the mauling at the hands of India A two days ago, will worry them.
Ian Bell again showed that he is in fine touch, this time making 108 in a pretty strong England batting display, but it is the form of their bowlers which will worry them most.
Virender Sehwag has been left out of India's squad for the first three One-Day Internationals against England and Cheteshwar Pujara has been called up.
Leg-spinner Amit Mishra is also added to the squad that was beaten 2-1 by Pakistan in a recent three-match series.
England were handed a comprehensive 53-run defeat on the Duckworth/Lewis method by India 'A' in their sole warm-up game ahead of the One-Day International series against India.
Half-centuries for Murali Vijay, Abhinav Mukund and Kedar Jadhav were followed up by three wickets for Ashok Menaria as England were bowled out for 185 in reply to 224 for four.
Abhinav Mukund will lead the India 'A' side which will take on the touring England team in a one-day warm-up game on 6th January in Delhi.
Mukund, who has played five Tests, including two against England in 2011, is one of three players included who have international experience.
Yorkshire wicket-keeper Jonny Bairstow has withdrawn from England's ODI squad for their tour of India, which begins in the New Year, and has been replaced by uncapped Yorkshire team-mate Joe Root.
Bairstow cited a "family illness" as the reason for his withdrawal - the same reason that was given for his premature return home ahead of the second Twenty20 International before Christmas.