Aaron Finch, who scored 124 in Indore after missing the defeats in Chennai and Kolkata with a calf problem, said Australia had failed to take their chances against India but conceded there was a clear difference between the sides.
"We've been in a couple of good positions in the first few games and as soon as you give India a sniff, they'll beat you nine times out of 10. You have to play 100 percent to beat (India) in these conditions," Finch said. "If you play 90 percent, it's not good enough here. There's obviously a gap between the sides at the moment and they're proving that. They're 3-0 up, they're the number one side in the world and there's just a few things we need to tinker with as players to bridge that gap and get the results going our way."
Australia's five-wicket defeat in Indore on Sunday saw them fall 3-0 behind in the five-match series. The defeat was their 11th in their last 13 ODIs away from home, while the other two matches were rain-affected no results.
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