England head coach Peter Moores is calling for a complete performance ahead of the one day series decider against Sri Lanka, according to the Daily Mail.
So far this series, the host's performances have been inconstant, to say the least. The series began with a Duckworth Lewis series win against Sri Lanka at the Oval.
Their fortunes where changed in the second match as Lasith Malinga lead his bowling attack to ensure that England would not reach three figures.
Fortunes changed again for a third time at Old Trafford where the visitors were bowled out for 67, a figure that was reached without losing a single wicket.
In the sides previous encounter Joss Buttler bravely batted to reach 121 off 74 balls as England lost the game by seven runs.
And ahead of the final clash, Moores said: "It would be great. We’ll treat it like a final. We know we have a World Cup coming up, and there will be a lots of big games in that.
"It would be great to win the series, and we’ll put everything we’ve got into it."
Following a poor winter Alastair Cook's side are looking to rebuild ahead of the world cup next year in Australia. The final one day game takes place this afternoon.
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