Mithali Raj-led India won the toss and opted to field in the third and final ODI against England at the New Road, Worcester.
A spell of heavy rain delayed the start of the final women's ODI between India and England here on Saturday.
Having already lost the ODI series, India will be aiming to win the dead rubber on Saturday to gain some momentum ahead of the T20 series.
India skipper Mithali Raj has recovered from the neck pain she felt during the second women's ODI against England.
One of the primary issues that has been overlooked over the past four years has been Harmanpreet's shoddy performance.
The Indian team will play a warm-up game from July 20 to 22 against a team that is being arranged by the ECB.
Need to give our seamers a little bit of time, they will come back strongly: India pacer Jhulan Goswami
Jhulan Goswami rallied behind the seam attack, saying they are all quality bowlers and it is just about sticking with them and showing patience.
Shafali is the fifth-youngest player overall in the list which includes players like England's Sarah Taylor and Australia's Ellyse Perry.
Indian batsman Shafali Verma has now found a place in the ODI setup and she has the potential to set the stage on fire.
Krunal might have scored 58 runs on debut, but Hardik did not have a good show with the bat as he managed to score just one run.
After making an ODI debut to remember, pacer Prasidh Krishna said that his first day at work felt like a roller coaster ride.
Shikhar Dhawan was under pressure to perform in the opening ODI with India spoilt for choices in all batting positions.
England suffered setbacks in their 66-run defeat after the skipper split the webbing between his right thumb and index finger that required four stitches.
For the Indian team, the series would be an extension of its preparations for the T20 World Cup later this year.