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Virat Kohli's boys ensured that the panic button was not pressed after the Mumbai mauling. By the time the series ended, India established their upper hand, courtesy of intelligent and all-round outings.
A 100 + stand between Sharma and Kohli ensured that there were no nerves in the chase as India registered a 7-wicket win in Bengaluru to seal the 3-match ODI series 2-1.
With the series on the line, both India and Australia will field their best 11 and are likely to go for attacking options both with bat and ball, on the batting beauty that is Bengaluru's M.Chinnaswamy Stadium.
From not getting bogged down while batting first to making periodic inroads in the Aussie batting, India rectified the wrongs of the last ODI to come up trumps.
Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant currently occupy the Indian middle order. Make no mistake, they are fine players but are wet behind the ears and that has shown on multiple occasions now.
All the excitement about Marnus Labuschagne's ODI debut amounted to nothing as an opening partnership of 258 between Warner and Finch meant that he did not get to bat.
While India will have to answer the Rahul or Dhawan and Kuldeep or Jadeja questions, Australia will ponder over picking one between Kane Richardson and Josh Hazlewood.
The two teams will not only be looking to go one up against each other in the ODI series, but there will be plenty of smaller battles within the big war.
All you need to know about Australia's ODI tour of India 2020, being played with little context. The growing rivalry between the two teams, perhaps, will be the major reason to keep this short three-match affair exciting.