England served notice of their World Cup-winning credentials by crushing India in the third one-day international to take the series 2-1.
The home side eased to their target of 257 with 33 balls and eight wickets to spare – Joe Root hitting the winning runs to complete a second successive century and Eoin Morgan ending on 88 not out.
That India were restricted to a modest 256-8 was down to England’s excellence with the ball and in the field.
Shikhar Dhawan made 44 before being run out by Ben Stokes, while Virat Kohli looked ominous for 71 until he was bowled by a lovely Adil Rashid delivery.
With England’s limited-overs summer now at an end, the first of five Tests against India begins on Wednesday, 1 August.