The Indian and Australian squads reached Nagpur ahead of the sixth One-Day International (ODI) to be played on October 30.

At the moment, visitors Australia have the upper hand after having won two games to India's one win, while the fourth and the fifth match at Ranchi and Cuttack respectively were washed out.

India recorded a sensational win when they chased down a total of 360 in the second ODI to level the series but failed to keep the momentum going as they lost the third game. James Faulkner's exceptional batting at the death thanks to below-par bowling performance from Ishant Sharma led India to their second loss of the series.

While Australia chase a win at Cuttack to wrap up the series, MS Dhoni's India will be more than eager to make another comeback to stay alive.