After two T20 tournaments, the 2012 and 2016 ICC World Twenty20, where Carey joined the team after injuries or illnesses to other players, she finally earnt her first call-up selection. 

It has been a bit of a worldwind experience after becoming Australia's ODI cap no. 137. 

In the opening game, Carey was unable to take a wicket finish 0-28 but she was happy to have played. 

"There is probably a few things I can take away from it and work on and bring them into the third game," she said.

Carey had a strong domestic season with the Sydney Thunder in the WBBL and for NSW in the WNCL.

The pace bowler was the Thunder's leading wicket-taker with 17 scalps but when she got her first ODI wicket on Thursday, Carey was pretty excited. 

"I wasn't bowling that well, I didn't bowl that well in the second game actually," she said.

"My first wicket was pretty nice and it was pretty good to get around the girls and celebrate."

Australia wrapped up the ODI series against India on Thursday by 60 runs and Australia want to continue winning.

Carey still believes she can still improve her game ahead of the match tomorrow.

"I'd probably like to be a little bit more consistent," she said.

"I was really happy in the first game so if I can get back to those sorts of lines that will help a lot for the third game."