India, Jan. 11 -- After bagging the T20I and ODI series, the action now shifts to the ODI series and like it has been the case, India's top order will take centre stage. Rohit Sharma, who looked in good touch in the Test series, will be India's biggest trump card when he walks out to face the new ball.

As far as the numbers are concerned, Rohit enjoys facing the Australian attack and does not mind churning out runs against the bowling attack. His batting average tops the list for batsmen against Australia (considering a minimum of 10 innings). He also tops the list as far as the highest scores against Australia is concerned. His innings of 209 against Australia in Bangalore remains the highest score by any batsman agains th3 Aussie bowli...