West Indies all-rounder Rooston Chase said that he is well prepared to deal with young Indian batsman Prithvi Shaw, whose glorious innings laid the foundation for his shameful defeat in the first Test. Young Prithvi had scored a century during the debut and played a key role in India's huge victory in the opening match of the series.
Chase said on the eve of the second test, "I am confident that whatever happened in the first Test, our players will have learned a lot from him and at the beginning of the match some strong side of the young player who has lost our attack Some have also lost their lives. I am very confident that we will take lessons from the mistakes made in the first match and will play well in the second match. "
Chase said that he has created some strategy for the Earth but he did not disclose about it. He said, "After the first test we talked a long time and made some plans. We discussed how to bowl some other batsmen in the second Test. I certainly can not discuss this about this conference. I think we now know better what we should do against him. ''
The positive thing for the West Indies for the second Test is that most senior fast bowler Kemar Roach and captain Jason Holder will be present in the team. Chase said, "The captain's return is always good. I do not know what will be the nature of the team for the next match. Can not say who will play but it is good that Kemar Roach has returned, who is a senior player and coming to him will have a lot of experience in the team. So the return of both are fantastic. ''