Imran Tahir Faf Du Plessis South Africa
Imran Tahir and Faf Du Plessis celebrate after picking up the wicket of Aaron Finch, October 5, 2016Reuters

Australia have been outplayed, outthought and outhit by South Africa in this one-day international series so far, and with the series done and dusted, the Aussies will play for some of that lost pride when the two teams clash in the fourth ODI in Port Elizabeth on Sunday.

South Africa absolutely pummelled Australia in the first two matches, winning those games by six wickets, with 82 balls to spare, and 142 runs. Australia seemed to have locked up the third ODI, after putting on 371 and leaving South Africa on 217 for five, with plenty to do.

But then, they could do little as David Miller decided to get into the mood, and with the left-hander playing one of the better one-day innings you will see, Australia watched on in disbelief and a bit of shock as South Africa pulled off the chase in the final over.

Miller's unbeaten 118 off 79 balls only highlighted South Africa's ability, in this series, to step up when required, something the Australia players haven't been able to do. The Aussies pride themselves on stepping up a level when the pressure is on, but in the first three matches, they have been found wanting and that is something that will need to change if Steve Smith's men are to pick up their first win of the series.

The positive to take from the third one-day match is that Australia found their batting mojo, with David Warner scoring a delightful hundred. Smith was equally good with his own century, and what Australia will know, or at least believe, is that if they put on another similar batting performance they are bound to win, even if they will need to sort out their under-par bowling.

South Africa will be without Miller, the hero from the last match, after a groin injury, suffered during that game, ruled him out of the next two matches. With the series won, though, for South Africa, this fourth match will be all about asserting their dominance once more and rubbing a little more salt into the Aussie wounds.

Where to Watch Live

The match is scheduled for a 10am local time (1.30pm IST, 9am BST, 7pm AEDT) start. All the live streaming and TV information is below.

India: TV: Ten 2, Ten 1 HD. Live streaming: Ten Sports Live.

South Africa: TV: SuperSport2. Live streaming: SuperSport Live.

Australia: TV: Fox Sports. Live streaming: Fox Sports Australia Live.

UK: TV: Sky Sports 3. Live streaming: Watch Sky Sports.

USA: TV: Willow TV. Live streaming: Willow TV YouTube.