It was again left to Yuvraj to come to India's rescue with the ball.
Yuvraj broke the opening stand by having the 32-year-old South Africa-born Lumb stumped with a smart piece of bowling.
He struck again, with the last ball of his next over, trapping Wright leg before with a straighter one, that kept the Indian hopes alive.
He then packed off Hales in his fourth over, having the batsman slog-sweep to deep square leg fielder Dinda.
But none of the other bowlers rose to the occasion, with Awana and Piyush Chawla bowling several loose balls, much to England's liking.
Morgan, who could have been run out in the last over had not Dhoni missed the stumps with his underarm throw, was involved in valuable stands of 29 and 26 with Hales and Samit Patel, before completing the task with an unbroken association of 32 runs in 13 balls.
Awana, who also misfielded on a few occasions, gave away 42 runs while Chawla finished wicket-less after conceding 31. Ashwin, too, was expensive and was hit for 38 runs while Dinda gave away for the wicket of Patel.
Image: England bowler Jade Dernbach celebrates the wicket of Ajinkya Rahane in the second India England T20 match in Mumbai on Saturday.