India and Australia meet in the first of five ODIs starting Saturday in Hyderabad, with the focus being the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.

These five ODIs are India’s last chance before the World Cup starts May 30 to iron out any kinks. After losing both T20Is to Australia, India will be stung and ready for a further resurgence from a team that has not won an ODI series for over two years.

Australia, ranked sixth in ODIs, are defending World Cup champions and need to find a way to gain confidence before the tournament. Hampered by injuries to Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Kane Richardson and the woeful form of skipper Aaron Finch, can the visiting team channel their T20I success into the ODIs?