The Aussies have dominated their warm-up matches against India A, winning by 321 runs in the first match and seven wickets in the second.

This should give them plenty of confidence going into the series, as they look to have adjusted well to the Indian pitches.

Beth Mooney starred with the bat in the first match scoring 115 while Ash Gardner also smashed her way to 90 off just 44 balls.

The change in conditions naturally gives an edge to the home team but the Australians are confident that they have adjusted well.

“Being able to spend some time in the middle was really important for my game and my confidence” Mooney said after the first warm up game.

“I’ve probably lacked a bit of confidence in the one-day format since the Ashes, so to be able to score some runs is invaluable in these conditions.

“She [Gardner] just comes out and whacks it, she’s a really good talent and it’s nice to see her score some runs early in the series as well,” she said.

Due to Alex Blackwell’s retirement and Tahlia McGrath injury, there are some places open in the Australian side.

Meg Lanning’s return will fill Blackwell’s spot at the top of the order but it remains to be seen how the Aussie’s will structure their side.

In turning conditions they will almost certainly opt for three spinners, so Jess Jonassen, Ash Gardner and Amanda-Jade Wellington should feature heavily.