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Desperate to sign off a disastrous tour on a high in the rain-threatened third ODI against India on Sunday, Australia captain Michael Clarke on Saturday said his team remains a confident unit despite failing to register a single win so far on a "tough" trip.
Trailing the hosts 0-1, the Aussies could lose their first ODI series in India in over two decades if they lose Sunday's match or if it is washed out. The Aussies have already been handed a 0-2 drubbing in the Test series.
Clarke said he is hopeful that the weather would hold up.
"I hope the sun comes out. We came to the ground on Friday. The pitch looked really good, (but) the ground was a little bit wet. Hoping the rain goes away and there's sunshine and we get a full game tomorrow," Clarke said in the pre-match press conference here.
"All the boys are looking forward to tomorrow's match. It's obvious we have to win the game to square the series," he added.
As if to answer the Australians' wish, the rains stopped in the afternoon and both the teams were able to practice at the ground which had been covered.
The sun also came out from behind the clouds as the teams had a stint at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.
"Tomorrow is an important game for us. All the boys would like to have a win and draw the series. All are disappointed we did not win the other night. I thought we played pretty well. All the guys are focused on tomorrow's game," he said.
Clarke, who scored a century in the second ODI only to see India chase down Australia's imposing target of 290, said though the tour had not gone as the team wanted, they would like to end it on a high with a victory.