Left chasing shadows in the first two games, a listless Indian team would most certainly tweak its bowling combination in order to avoid a second successive clean-sweep when it takes on Australia in the third and final ODI here on Wednesday.
A 0-3 defeat against Australia would be their second rout in consecutive ODI series having met the same fate in New Zealand earlier this year.
“We are very much determined to go out there to win the next match and see that it’s not a clean sweep,” top-order batsman Shreyas Iyer said when asked what his team can do to stop Australia’s first in 20 years.
“Our bowlers are really positive with their work ethic and we could see that during training, a few of the bowlers practising with certain plans,” he added.
The first two games turned out to be run-fests in which Australia out-batted Virat Kohli’s men and before they switch over to…