The England cricket team would look to keep their slate clean when they play Hyderabad XI in the second and final warm up match on Tuesday ahead of their first ODI against India on October 14.
The English team had a scrappy outing in the first warm-up match as they were bowled out for 219 but the visitors still managed to register a morale-boosting 56-run win, thanks to a sensational hat-trick by pacer Steven Finn.
On Tuesday, England will get another opportunity to further acclimatise themselves to the Indian conditions and Alastair Cook's men, especially the batters, would look to grab the chance with both hands.
Jonathan Trott and skipper Cook had failed in the first warm-up on October 8 and would look to regain their touch that helped England beat India 3-0 in the ODI series back home in August.
Pietersen, who had been rested for the ODI series, also disappointed on his first game on the India tour. The former skipper's last ODI hundred was in 2008 in India and the right-handed batsman will look to get back to form soon.
Ian Bell too can't afford to waste any time and has to get back among runs, while Ravi Bopara and Chris Woakes, who sizzled with the bat in the first game, will look to continue their brilliant run on Tuesday.
Cook was not too worried about their batting after the first game, though, he acknowledged there was some poor shot selection by his batsmen.
"We would obviously have loved to put up a bigger score. They fielded very well and pulled off some brilliant catches. There was some poor shot selection. We are not worried. It was a decent win in the end," he had said.
Among the bowlers, Finn was sensational and Woakes too chipped in with two wickets. But a lot will be expected from spinners Graeme Swann and Samit Patel when they look to tame the rival batsmen at the Rajiv Gandhi stadium in Hyderabad on Tuesday.