Mumbai: Aware of the stiff challenge awaiting them in the upcoming battle against World Cup champions India, Australia's Adam Voges on Tuesday said that the key is to make a good start in the seven-match rubber, which can provide a chance to the visitors to grab the number one ODI ranking.
"Look, there's a big incentive for us in this tournament. Obviously, India are number one at the moment but if we can have a good win in this series, we've got an opportunity to overtake them, so there's no bigger incentive than that," said the 34-year-old Western Australia middle order batsman. (Also see: Pics - Aussies sweat it out in training session)
"Obviously, we have to play extremely well for that, like last time I was here. If we can play some good cricket, start well, I think that will be important," remarked Voges after Australia concluded their third and last day's practice session at the Cricket Club of India.