After thrashing England in the Ashes, Australia would have been keen on overcoming the English challenge in the one-dayers as well. So dominant were the hosts in the ODIs that they would have been confident of a 5-0 victory.
India pulled off the second highest run chase ever in ODI history when they defeated Australia in the Second ODI at Jaipur. Needing 360 to win, India got to the monumental target with 39 balls to spare losing just the one wicket to level the 7-match series 1-1.
After the mauling in the Tests, Australia went in to the T20 series with plenty of disappointment to deal with. But, the change in personnel definitely did the trick for the Aussies at the Rose Bowl, Southampton, where the crushed the Englishmen in the first T20.