Ian Bell is sure Ben Stokes will bounce back from his World Twenty20 final heartbreak and is predicting a bright future for England. Bell was preparing for the start of the County Championship season while England were suffering defeat at the hands of the West Indies in Kolkata, where Stokes conceded four successive sixes against Carlos Brathwaite in the final over.But the veteran batsman feels that last-over shocker should not detract from a positive season for England, and Bell is predicting more success in the future. It was an amazing final but obviously gutting for the guys, and for Stokesy at the end, Bell told Sky Sports News HQ.They have played so well through the winter, in all formats of the game, and it was a shame not to get over the line. The future looks good, these players are going to play for a long time. Credit to the West Indies as well, they played well throughout the tournament. Marlon Samuels had more to say about Ben Stokes following West Indies win Stokes implosion was the focus of most of the headlines on Monday morning, but Bell says the Durham all-rounder is strong enough to bounce back from a final that left him in tears.He added: Ben was the one guy who fronted up. When you put yourself in that position it can go either way, but I think he will learn from it and thats part of playing at the highest level.There are going to be highs and lows. This is a low but he will bounce back, hes a strong, tough guy, hes had a fantastic winter going right back to that innings he played at Cape Town. This is a little blip and hopefully he, and the team, will come back stronger from it. Stokes enjoyed a superb winter in South Africa, where he made a Test-best 258 in Cape Town The experience of being in a world final and not getting over the line will make them hungrier, especially with tournaments coming to this part of the world. Youve got to learn from that experience and then go one step further when its here in England.The way they have played, in particular that South Africa game which was a real momentum shift, the way Rooty has played they will take a lot of confidence from it. I know there will be a lot of focus on the last over but away from that I think it has been a very successful winter for England and they can build a lot on that.For the first time in years, Bell had the winter to himself after being left out of Englands Test series in South Africa, but the 33-year-old (he turns 34 this weekend) says he does not feel done with international cricket. Ian Bell hopes to get back into the England squad Bell will captain Warwickshire in domestic cricket this season and hopes to be in the runs early on to get back into the picture for summer series against Sri Lanka and Pakistan.I would love to have been out in South Africa for the Test series but it has been nice to have a break, not pick up a bat for a couple of months. I feel really excited by the season thats about to start, he said. For me its about concentrating on Warwickshire, enjoying the captaincy, things are a little bit different there, and scoring runs. If Im winning games for Warwickshire Ill put my name in the hat to be talked about. Weve got a good side, with everyone available, which is quite exciting as well. Also See: County build-up LIVE Morgan: Dont blame Ben Samuels: Stokes never learns Yorkshire embracing pressure Cheap College Jerseys Outlet . 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Their lead fast bowler Mohammed Shami has a sore knee and middle-order batsman Ajinkya Rahane broke his right index finger in the nets* and has been ruled out of the series. Karnataka batsman Manish Pandey and Mumbai seamer Shardul Thakur have been added to the squad as cover.England are also carrying some aching players - chiefly Stuart Broad - but it is their performance so far in the series that would concern them more.Alastair Cook has spoken about how he leads a side that can match India for skill and that the bowling they have faced has not been magical. Those comments were meant to put perspective on the scoreline that reads 2-0 against them; words that would have been stronger had they not been steeped with frustration.James Anderson and company have bounced M Vijay out enough times to suggest a pattern and R Ashwin has had to man rescue operations from the lower-middle order. England have made their plays, had their chances, even won two tosses, but have been found wanting when the moments to dig in have arrived.A weeks worth of rest and time with family should have lifted their spirits though. Plus, if anything could help England forget how they let the opposition get away from 156 for 5 to 417, or how they lost wickets in the last over before stumps twice, it could be their return to Mumbai, the venue of one of their most famous victories.India, on the other hand, drew the game in Rajkot despite chasing most of it, slammed two hundreds to offset the openers fall within the first five overs in Visakhapatnam, and took four wickets in the morning session in Mohali to erase a spate of fielding errors. The tenacity that Virat Kohlis men have shown has been a welcome sight to their fans. More importantly, it has put them in a position to win their fifth Test series in a row. Only once in 84 years has an Indian team achieved that. Wankhede Stadium takes centre stage, again.Form guide(completed matches, most recent first)India WWDWW England LLDLWIn the spotlightOne game into his comeback from a hamstring injury, KL Rahul found himself on the bench nursing a forearm injury. Cant fault a man for blows sustained at short leg, though. He was first in the nets on Tuesday and is expected to play in Mumbai. It must help that Rahul has the unwavering backing of the team management, especially considering the stop-start nature of his career. A big innings wouldnt go amiss either, considering he made 0 and 10 in hiss previous game.ddddddddddddAt times, especially in the last Test, Ben Stokes looked the only England bowler capable of getting wickets. That was because he never stopped trying. The allrounder was tireless in the pursuit for reverse swing, or the far more rare movement off the pitch. More of his resolve would be necessary for the team to come back from the position they are in.Team newsKarun Nair should retain his place in the middle order after Rahanes injury. A call on Mohammed Shami will be made on the morning of the Test. If he is unfit, India may bring Bhuvneshwar Kumar back into the XI. Parthiv Patel retains his role as wicketkeeper with Wriddhiman Saha yet to recover from his thigh strain. KL Rahul should slot back in the top of the order.India (probable) 1 KL Rahul, 2 M Vijay, 3 Cheteshwar Pujara, 4 Virat Kohli (capt), 5 Karun Nair/Manish Pandey, 6 R Ashwin, 7 Parthiv Patel (wk), 8 Ravindra Jadeja, 9 Jayant Yadav, 10 Umesh Yadav, 11 Mohammad Shami/ Bhuvneshwar KumarStuart Broad had a 50-50 chance of playing in Mumbai following his foot injury three weeks ago. He did some light training on Tuesday and should he be ready to play, England may well go in with four seamers and two spinners. Keaton Jennings will debut as opener in place of the injured Haseeb Hameed.England (probable) 1 Alastair Cook (capt), 2 Keaton Jennings, 3 Joe Root, 4 Moeen Ali, 5 Jonny Bairstow (wk), 6 Ben Stokes, 7 Jos Buttler, 8 Chris Woakes, 9 Adil Rashid, 10 Stuart Broad/ Steven Finn, 11 James AndersonPitch and conditionsThis series has been played on surfaces that have largely behaved themselves, and the trend is likely to continue. There will be spin, of course, but reports suggested it wont alarm batsmen until the third day.Stats and triviaIn the last 50 years, 14 England batsmen have made more than 300 runs in a series in India. Alastair Cook is one of them and he can do so again, along with Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes.England have won their last two matches at Wankhede Stadium. India have won 10 out of 24 matches at the venue.In the nine Tests at Wankhede over the last 20 years, no fast bowler has picked up a five-wicket haul. 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