Australia vice-captain Brad Haddin on Friday said a win in Saturday's series decider against India will do world of good to the visitors ahead of the upcoming Ashes rubber against arch-rivals England at home.
The seven-match ODI series between India and Australia is presently locked at 2-2 with two games being washed out. Both the sides will lock horn in the seventh and last ODI at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium here and Haddin said a win in such high-pressure contest can lift the spirit of his side ahead of the Ashes.
"It is a big game. These are the games you want to be a part of. It's obviously a high pressure game with a lot at stake. The series is on the line," he said.