Sounds like it wasn't a great toss to lose, but England were never quite in the 4th ODI out in India. I couldn't hear the commentary but Sharma looked unlucky to be given out so the margin could have been far greater, even though many will (wrongly) point to the fact that Raina was caught at slip and then recalled when Finn knocked the stumps over at the bowler's end in his delivery stride (again) as crucial. [Clearly it's a nonsense to recall a batsman, or to chalk off their four, if the bails come off at the bowler's end - no player ever notices it until the umpire tells them it's happened, but that's been covered at length here and elsewhere before].
I've got one plea for the England management, which is consistent with all supporters and journalists from what I can gather. Please drop Jade Dernbach. Once again he was expensive - don't be fooled by the fact he got Dhoni out....it was a long hop which Dhoni kindly placed into the hands of backward point. As I mentioned in the comments on King Cricket, why does Dernbach have to bowl so much (or at all) at the start of the innings if he does play? His only skill is death bowling, so why use him early on? He bowled 7 of his 10 overs before the powerplay came in over 36, so why have him in the side?