India are all set to take on Australia in the final One-day International at Bangalore on Saturday.
Virat Kohli on Friday indicated that India would prefer chasing rather than setting a target if the home side wins the toss. "Personally I feel good to chase because you know the target to meet. [We] can plan better and analyse how to play in different situations. I [also] feel good to calculate and play, which bowler to target and which ball to hit," he told reporters
George Bailey will be hoping that he doesn't have to set the target as India have already chased down 350+ scores.
Kohli has been the most consistent Indian batsman in the series so far having hit two of the three fastest hundreds (off 52 and 61 balls respectively) by an Indian in the second and sixth ODIs but he said winning is more important than personal records.