While Lanning missed the match against England after being rested is hopeful of playing today against India but the question remains of where she will come into the batting order. 

Australia is looking to revamp their batting order after the eight wicket loss to England but Lanning might not be in Australia's top order.

In the game against India, she was listed at number three behind openers Beth Mooney and Alyssa Healy but hard-hitters Ashleigh Gardner and Elyse Villani were sent out ahead of her as she strode into the crease at number five.

It was only the fourth time Lanning had batted out of the top three, having now played 70 T20I innings so she is happy to bat anywhere.

"I think it is a flexible line up where anyone can come in at any point," Lanning said.

"I think that is where the game is at, you need to be able to do that.

"I guess with Ash Gardner playing the way she is at the moment, it makes sense for her to go out there and play a natural game so I think everyone is the group has accepted they could be playing a different role.

"Hopefully we can put up a good batting performance tomorrow," she said.

While putting the big hitters at the top of the line up didn't pay off against England, the defeat hasn't prompted coach Matthew Mott to make any changes.

Australia face India from 3:30pm AEDT (10am local) today.