Mooney has spent the ODI series batting in the middle order and belted 56 from 40 balls in the second ODI before a 34no from 19 in the final match.

"I might be back in a different spot in these T20 series so starting off the innings will be really nice for me," Mooney said.

"Hopefully I can hit the ball like I did in the one-dayers."

Australia, who have claimed three of the five World T20 titles, haven't won a Twenty20 series since mid-2015. 

So Australia is looking to have an ideal lead into the World Cup later this year with a good performance in the tri-series against England and India. 

Mooney is hoping Australia can once become a powerhouse in women's T20 cricket.

"We just need to be more consistent in the T20 format," she said.

"We don't have a good record in terms of T20 series in the last couple of years so that is something we really want to nail and become really consistent," Mooney said.

However, from the outside, there could be some added pressure on Mooney after being named the ICC T20 Player of the Year for 2017.

She was in red hot form for Australia in the Ashes series in 2017 with an unbeaten score of 86 and 117 during the Twenty20 games.

"I think things like that come with an added expectation from the outside but it doesn't really trump the expectations I have on myself," Mooney said.