England captain Alastair Cook has said that his team is fully confident of upsetting India and ending a 38-year One-Day International (ODI) trophy drought by winning the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 final at Edgbaston on Sunday.

Acknowledging that his team is the underdog, with India being the favourite in the tournament with their performances, Cook, however, said that he is confident that his men will be the best side in the game and break the drought of 38 years.

Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni, however, said that India have no special plans ahead of the final clash of the tournament.

India were the joint winners of the 2002 edition of the tournament with Sri Lanka. On the other hand, England are yet to win the prestigious cup.

(with inputs from ANI)