Eoin Morgan hoping to turn England into champions ahead of T20 series against India
The three-match series feels a bit like an afterthought following the pulsating one-day series that India won 2-1 but Morgan believes there are now so many similarities between the T20 and 50-over format.
He said: "What we're seeing now is that your 50-over team is almost identical to your T20 team. You have to show the same risk level and skill level in both forms.
"Around the 2015 World Cup you might have had three or four changes between the two teams but now we have only one or two T20 specialists coming in."
It is also reflects the change in England's tactics with the attacking mindset making their 50-over displays feel a lot more like T20s.
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England headed to Sydney with the 2010-11 Ashes in the bag but a series win was at stake. Hundreds from Alastair Cook, Ian Bell and Matt Prior set up a total of 644 before the seamers forced the tourists to an innings win
After this tour England have a three-match one-day series in the Caribbean before kicking off the home summer with two 50-over matches against Ireland.
But Morgan acknowledged that these T20 matches also provide the perfect shop window for England's players who have designs on a money-spinning contract in the Indian Premier League.
Morgan is one of those players but he has already committed to leading the side against Ireland and so is only available for a short period of the IPL.
Others players, like Jos Buttler, Sam Billings, Jason Roy and Ben Stokes, hope to play for most or all of the tournament – subject to the approval of team boss Andrew Strauss.
The IPL auction is scheduled for the start of next month and Morgan said: "It's a massive opportunity for guys who might have been fifth on the list for franchises to be elevated to third or fourth.
"But our guys have put in good performances over a number of years so even if they don't shoot the lights out in these three games it doesn't mean they won't get picked up.
"India is a great place to play T20 cricket in general so everybody is looking forward to it. The guys are feeling a lot more confident than maybe they were after game two of the one-day series. They did a lot of hard work and didn't get much reward.
"Confidence and momentum are big words in T20 cricket and, having a win under our belt, we're looking forward to what could be a very exciting series."
Morgan has good memories of playing Twenty20 on Indian soil – it was only 10 months ago that England reached the final of the World T20 before losing to West Indies.
Morgan is hoping Tymal Mills can make his mark for England against India
Morgan hopes that left-arm paceman Tymal Mills can make his mark in what will be only his second appearance for England.
Injury-plagued Mills, 24, is capable of ferocious speed and Morgan said: "He has had a fantastic winter on two fronts - the levels of fitness he has shown with his injury-prone past has been great and allowed him to play a lot of T20 cricket.
"Being able to bowl and to play consistently at the moment is a huge positive. To bowl at the pace he is is even better for us."
Indian captain Virat Kohli, though, played down Mills' potential influence on the series, saying: "They have brought him in as a T20 specialist and he might have a set of skills that are required for this format but I have faced many 90mph bowlers before – 90 miles an hour is no problem."
Batsman Joe Root has recovered from the minor groin injury that kept out of the final one-day international in Kolkata while Mills is expected to take the place of fellow left-armer David Willey, who is out with a shoulder injury.