Australia's vice-captain Rachael Haynes has said being able to finish the series strongly against India is important for the group.
Australia has already won the series after two solid wins but will be looking for a clean sweep when they meet this afternoon (AEDT).
"It's really important for us as a group," Haynes said.
"I think in the past we've let moments like this slip a little so we really want to make to make a statement.
"To come away from India winning 3-0 against a strong team would be a positive end to the series for us," she said.
The 2017 World Cup semi-final loss is still on the mind of the Australia team, something which has been pushing them to do well in this series.
However, Australia are wary that India will be wanting to do well in the last ODI.
"I think they came out really positively in game two and were with us for a long way in the match, unfortunately probably from their perspective, just lost wickets at key moments," Haynes said.
"I think it is a reflection of where we out team is at, we've been playing really well throughout this series.
"Our bowling group has been applying good pressure at the right times as well and we've been fortunate to create opportunities," he said.
Australia will try to clean up the series this afternoon from 2:30pm AEDT (9am local) then England will join the two teams in the Twenty20 series.