It was Bangalore revisited for India and England who played their second tie in six months as the fourth one day international (ODI) ended with honours shared when rain stopped play for the third and final time at Lord's on Sunday.
The hosts were 270/8 in 48.5 overs in reply to India's total of 280/5 off 50 overs when yet another downpour brought proceedings to a premature end, thereby handing the series to England as a result of their wins in the second and third ODIs at Southampton and Oval after the first match at Chester-le-Street was washed out.
Ravi Bopara (96) and Suresh Raina (84) shared the man of the match award as it was Deja Vu time for the two sides who played out a tie at Bangalore's Chinnaswamy stadium on 27th Februray in the World Cup earlier this year.
Earlier, Ian Bell and Bopara brought up their respective half centuries and put on 98 runs for the fourth wicket to lead England's recovery.
RP Singh got the wickets of both England openers, Alastair Cook and Craig Kieswetter as the hosts went about their chase of 281 for victory.
Kieswetter who made 12 was caught by Jadeja who took a comfortable running catch after the England wicketkeeper charged down the wicket to hit the bowler out of the ground.
Cook was caught by ViratKohli at the extra-cover region when he played at one away from his body and failed to keep the ball on the ground. The England captain was also out for 12.
Jonathan Trott and Bell then shared a brief partnership for the third wicket before Trott was bowled by Praveen Kumar for 23 when he chopped one on to his stumps in an attempt to pull a short ball.
RavindraJadeja got the all important wicket of Bell when he had the England middle order batsman caught by ManojTiwary for 54. Bell faced 73 balls and struck three boundaries.
The hosts then lost half their side when Ben Stokes was caught and bowled by RavichandranAshwin for seven.
The next man to go was Tim Bresnan who was knocked over by RP Singh after smashing 27 off 22 balls.
England lost back to back wickets of Graeme Swann (31) and Bopara, who missed out on his maiden ton after the rain break as the world champions fought back bravely towards the fag end of the match.
However, the rain returned this time for the final time as the match was declared a tie.
Earlier, fine half centuries from skipper MS Dhoni and Suresh Raina boosted India's total to a healthy 280/5.
The Indian duo also added a record 169 runs, which was instrumental in helping India recover from twin blows and launch an offensive in the last 10 overs, which produced 109 runs.
Graeme Swann (2/49) and Stuart broad (2/52) were the main wicket-takers for England.