BANGALORE (Agencies) - With eyes firmly set on the silverware, India will look to gain momentum and start their World Cup campaign on a positive note when they take on Australia in their first warm-up match at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here today (Sunday). With memories of 2007 Caribbean World Cup disaster, where they crashed out in the opening round after losing to Bangladesh in the first match, still fresh in their minds the Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led side will be extra careful against the title holders Australia, who are coming into the tournament high on confidence after the 6-1 thrashing of England. The day-night affair against Australia on Sunday will also be of high significance for India in the context of fitness of a few players, including the batting trio of Sehwag, Gambhir and Tendulkar are returning to the side after a short injury lay-off. Sehwag would be looking to get back amongst runs, which eluded him in the Test series in SAfrica that was followed by him missing the ODI series due to a shoulder injury, while Tendulkar, who also returned midway from the African nation because of a hamstring problem, will be eager to leave an impression in what probably is his last WC.