"England defeated us in the Test series recently. They are a good unit. We have to play well to defeat them in the upcoming ODI series and avenge our loss," said the all-rounder at the launch of an event here today.
Yuvraj Singh is satisfied with his form and hoped to be able to play bigger innings in the five-match series.
"I am hitting the ball well and playing well in patches at the moment. I have been in good form in the T20s, hope to carry it forward and play longer innings in the series," he said.
England batsman Kevin Pietersen felt Yuvraj Singh is the dangerman in the Indian line-up and needs to be dismissed early.
"He is the most destructive batsman in the Indian line-up. We get to get him early else he can take away the match from us," said Pieterson.
Commenting on his tumultuous relation with the Indian ace whom he once referred to as 'pie chucker' in the past, Pietersen said, "We are rivals on the field, but away from it we are all good friends. But on the field he will be looking to dismiss me, and I will also try to do the same."
India will take on England in the 1st ODI of the series on January 11 at Rajkot.
God..one victory against Pakistan in an inconsequential match and suddenly this Indian Team starts talking about revenge against England who just crushed them..If Yuvraj being the batting mainstay thinks, scoring single digit scores in 2 matches and 23 in the last match,that he is batting well,he is just being delusional..Sehwag has already been shown the door for pipe-dreaming for the last 2 years.This Chest-thumping and self congratulatory pats on the back is the bane of Indian Cricket!!!
The policy of Cricket players should be "Let action may speak for itself" and individual egos does not override at the cost of the country as Cricket is a team game.