The shameful batting of Australia put them down again in the second Test as they surrendered against the quality bowling of England who looks for another win.
The most consistent middle order batsman of England, Ian Bell, blasted his consecutive hundred against Australia and put England into a comfortable position.
Peter Siddle and company demonstrated lethal fast bowling for Australia while James Anderson and Steven Finn brought back England in the game with four wickets.
Joe Root plundered his first Test ton against the visiting New Zealand as Jonny Bairstow assisted him well and took England to a safer position in the 2nd Test.
The efforts of Tim Southee and Neil Wagner were let down by the openers of New Zealand as James Anderson put England back into the Test on the second day.
England XI continued strengthening their armoury in all departments of the game during the side matches while the youngsters of Mumbai A also impressed.
Hashim Amla hammered another majestic ton vs. England as the home side was struggling in the 3rd Test to save the game and their current ICC No.1 ranking.
Jonny Bairstow did not disappoint the selectors in the final Test and smashed his career best 95 runs as England earned a nominal 1st innings lead of 6 runs.
Jonny Bairstow smashed 60 to give England fist victory in T20 series.