Men in Blue have already clinched the series by taking an unassailable 3-0 lead after they won the high scoring affair at Indore. Virat Kohli led Indian team have fired on all cylinders, be it with their batting or bowling.
While openers Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane have given India good starts in some of the games. The ever consistent Virat Kohli has been their Mr dependable in the middle order anchoring the innings most of the times. India's biggest plus with the bat has been by way of Hardik Pandya who has played some breathtaking cameos to finish off games for India.
Indian bowling has also fared well with Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah forming a good pace duo upfront, making breakthrough's upfront.The spin duo of Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav have made regular strikes all through the series.
Meanwhile the Aussies havent yet found a way to win on the tour yet. After struggling with their batting in the first two games, they put up a better show with the bat at Indore but it wasn't good enough for the Indians, who cantered away to victory. The return of Aaron Finch has added some boost to their batting and reduce the dependency on Steven Smith and David Warner.
The Aussie middle order looks a little weak and hasn't fired in the series. Meanwhile Marcus Stoinis has been somewhat of a revelation in the team with his handy allround performances. The Aussie pace attack has look their best
So there is a lot at stake for the visitors who would like to end India's winning run and get their first win of the series.