LONDON (AFP) - England stand-in Twenty20 captain Graeme Swann has warned his side they must learn the lessons of Sundays defeat by the West Indies or they will struggle to defend their World Twenty20 crown. On a turning pitch at the Oval England, chasing 113, were bowled out for just 88, their lowest total in T20 games, and went down by 25 runs with rookie spinner Garey Mathurin taking 3-9. Swann anticipates England playing on similar pitches in the upcoming one-day series in India and in next years World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka and insists England will have to draw on Sundays experience in the subcontinent. Over the next 12 months we are going to play on pitches like that and we are going to face spin in the first six overs, said Swann. Its completely unacceptable (to be unable to chase down 113) and wont be allowed to happen again. You can look at that cloud and give it a silver lining if you like. Everyone will be honest in this team. They will hold their hands up and look at their dismissals and say 'I did something wrong there that I shouldnt have done. If you dont have someone putting their hand up and winning the game, if all 11 of you dont bother putting your hand up then its going to be very difficult.