India have great chance of maiden series win in South Africa: Dravid

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We will have players standing at the slips. "There are still some areas in which i want to improve". "We finally learned how to face such conditions in the future", said Chandimal.

Also, the catches come about waist high in South Africa, as compared to ankle high in the subcontinent. "We will look to win the series in South Africa", a smiling Pujara concluded by saying. "We have got some quality quicks, we have the opportunity of playing the all-rounder (Hardik Pandya) if we need to". "If rain and poor light are taken into consideration when determining suitable playing conditions, we suggest that atmospheric pollution should now also be included in the assessing criteria for a match", the statement said.

The third and the final Test will be played at Johannesburg from January 24. We fully support him, and I think he will make a comeback.

"Technically, I don't know what is going wrong", admitted Pujara. In the squad selected for South Africa, most of the players have been part of the team, who played in South Africa and Australia before.

"All those players who were standing in the slips, they are taking about 50-100 catches every day".

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"When we're talking about defining a fielding position, Ajinkya [Rahane] has been fielding at gully for quite a long time", Pujara said. Many of our players were there in 2013, at the same time our fast bowling unit is much better now and will do a lot of damage. "That will give us some advantage".

610- Runs scored by Virat Kohli in this Test series, the most by an Indian in a three-match Test series and the fourth-highest overall.

"May be those performances were at home but they were all very good". Technically, I really don't need to tell him what he has to do. There have to be questions asked of the fielding coach and the management because their technique remains largely faulty: fielders keep getting up too early and hands remain just as hard.

India skipper Virat Kohli's prolific run with the willow has helped him jump three spots to the second position in the latest ICC Test Rankings released on Thursday and inch closer to match Australian legend Ricky Ponting's record of holding the top spot across all the three formats at the same time. On different players in the slips, he said, "To be honest, we haven't fielded well [in the slips] and I would accept that".

Kohli, who slammed back-to-back double-centuries and recorded three-figure scores in three consecutive matches, started the series in sixth position but has leapfrogged David Warner, Cheteshwar Pujara, Kane Williamson and Joe Root after the stupendous run.

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