"It was great to firstly get out there and play the ODI, there was a bit of a build up leading into this series especially after the World Cup," she said.

"It was a fairly dominant performance so hopefully we can repeat that in the next game."

The bowlers did a fantastic job of dismissing India with a four-wicket haul from Jess Jonassen but they will be looking to work on their fielding ahead on Thursday's second ODI.

"We weren't happy with our fielding at times, I think it was a bit sloppy and definitely an area we can improve on," Healy said.

"We've spoken about it over the last 12 months and we're not going to get much better surfaces then what we've seen here.

"Hopefully we can improve in that area and sharpen up there it will hopefully go towards us getting a win," she said.

Healy is aware of what India could bring in the next game India after they were without their two greatest players with captain and leading run scorer Mithali Raj sidelined through illness and leading wicket taker Jhulan Goswami out with injury.

"We've seen what they can do, especially from the World Cup when Harmanpreet Kaur let loose on us," she said.

"We've just got to be on our toes and put the appropriate plans in place to limit the impact those key players have."