The Indian cricket team will be seen in a new avatar when they face England in the much-anticipated World Cup clash at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham. "I have played two World Cups and that usually happens in such a big tournament where all teams are very strong".
But they have been unable to adjust their game on the more bowler-friendly surfaces at this World Cup.
England's two most recent defeats have coincided with the absence through a hamstring injury of Jason Roy, with replacement James Vince struggling to fill the gap left by the Surrey opener. This team has had success against them. 'We won't have to think about adapting too much, or fighting our natural game.
"Jason is preparing to play". Beaumont toured the West Indies later that year and was part of the 2014 World T20 in Bangladesh, where England finished runners-up to Australia but where Beaumont failed to reach double figures in four innings.
"After the last game he went into the nets, he worked hard, he put in a performance, got us to a winning total & we won the game, we got 2 points", Kohli told reporters at Edgbaston.
"We thought England would probably dominate in their own conditions but, as I said at the beginning of the tournament, pressure is going to be a factor", Kohli said.
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Buttler said the side were capable of handling the stresses of tournament play, saying "pressure is a privilege". It's not as though England are in South Africa's shoes, where their campaign ended pretty much before it began England still have two matches to play, albeit hard ones, against India and New Zealand, and very much in the hunt for a place in the final four.
Kohli, whose side have replaced England at the top of the ODI rankings, said he was taken aback by the hosts' form.
"Everyone knows he is capable of doing it, he has done it before and will need to correct his course".
"We need to show a huge amount of positivity in the way we play and back it up with the courage to play that way", he said.
"But once the Ashes start it's all about that particular game that we're playing and just trying to get points on the board to try and win the Ashes back, which is kind of the main focus and has been for most of the summer really". Because of our positivity we've made it look easy at times and it hasn't looked courageous because of that.
"It is not worth thinking about losing". We had discussed shot selection with him for that game.