After winning the first two games of the 5-match series, the Indian team were unconvincing in the last two matches as they allowed Australia to level the series. The visitors have now gained plenty of momentum as they registered their highest successful run chase in ODIs, as they chased down 358 runs to go 2-2 up. With dew settling in once again in the latter half of the second innings, the team that wins the toss would be eager to chase.
Though India look down-and-out in the series, Feroz Shah Kotla is a fortress of many kinds, with the team registering 12 wins in 18 completed ODIs here. They have also won their last six series' at home, and the Men in Blue will be eager to carry forward that record. Though they faced defeat at Mohali, the Indians are likely to go in unchanged, with the Australian expected to field Nathan Lyon in place of Jason Behrendorff, as the track at the Kotla has traditionally assisted the spinners.
Wicket-keeper: Rishabh Pant (8 credits)
Pant had a match to forget with the gloves as he dropped chances that allowed Australia back into the game at Mohali. However, he showed glimpses of his aggressive streak with the bat as he managed 36 in only 24 balls, with 4 fours and a six. With just one match left to prove his skills ahead of the World Cup, the youngster will be eager to perform at his home