Australian captain Michael Clarke has said his side will go full force against Sri Lanka in the last one day despite having won the series already.
"We are here to win every game. Unfortunately we have lost one at this stage and we don't want to lose another one. We will be out there to try and win," Clarke was quoted, as saying by The Sydney Morning Herald.
Australia leads the five ODI series 3-1. Clarke has, however, challenged his men to go for the jugular and take the series 4-1 with another victory at the venue today.
Opening batsman Shaun Marsh, who moved into the team on Saturday and made a confident 70 in the successful run chase, is also keen to end the series on a winning note ahead of a three-Test series starting in Galle on August 31.
We want to win 4-1 and we want to go into the Test series with a winning mentality and it certainly will give us a lot of confidence if we can win tomorrow," Marsh said.
"We would go into that Test series with a lot of confidence," he added.