Kuldeep Yadav became the fastest Indian spinner to reach 100 ODI wickets, taking only 58 ODIs to surpass Harbhajan Singh.
Rohit Sharma becomes the fastest player to reach 7,000 ODI runs as an opener (137 innings).
In the last eight ODIs, both teams have registered four victories each.
With the series-leveling victory in Rajkot, India would be looking to enter the final ODI with an intention to continue with their winning formula and are expected to put an unchanged side on the field. Kuldeep Yadav, KL Rahul, and Shikhar Dhawan have been the biggest positives while the pace-bowling department have few areas to improve. On the other hand, the Australian camp will rue missed opportunities in the second game which could have put them in pole position to win the ODI series, but make no mistake, the Aussies will be raring to go and are expected to come out all gun blazing for a historic and successive series win in India. Josh Hazlewood can come in place of Kane Richardson to strengthen the pace bowling department.