However, it won't be an easy task for the visitors as they face the young Indian wrist spinners - Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav, who took a hat-trick in the second ODI and pacers - Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah - seem to have enough tricks up their sleeves to trouble the Kangaroos.
Surprisingly the credit of No.1-ranked India's success in the ongoing series goes more to the bowlers, who have managed to defend scores of 164 (revised target in 21 overs) and 252 in the first two matches.
In Cricket, India would look to pile on the misery for a struggling Australia and seal the five-match series when they clash in the third ODI at Indore tomorrow.
The 30-year-old, who has plenty of experience in Indian conditions from his multiple stints in the IPL, netted on Saturday and, provided he has no adverse reaction to the session, should be available for selection.
That's the exception rather than the rule, according to the powerful opener.
"Especially when you come over here and play for the first time on the world stage against one of the best one-day teams in the world in their own park, it's very hard and it can be overwhelming".
"We have used black cotton soil, brought from different parts of Madhya Pradesh".
Much has been made of Australia's deficiencies against spin on the subcontinent.
"Virat Kohli knows how to bring a game under his control and that's why India is on its winning streak", he said.
"In saying that, when you're out there, it's totally different". Whether or not it's hit down the ground or sweep the ball and when you're losing wickets in clumps you become tentative so you have to apply that pressure.
"The game situation dictates". Do you use your feet?
"They're the things that you have to work out and adapt when you're here".
"It's good signs to see him back in the nets and he's doing everything possible to be fit for this game", Finch's long-time opening partner David Warner said.
He could force Hilton Cartwright out of the side, while Peter Handscomb might also be considered, with a flat wicket and short boundaries at the Holkar Stadium.
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