Hyderabad: Cheteshwar Pujara yesterday asserted that India would look to continue their winning run in the upcoming one-off Test against Bangladesh but cautioned his team against complacency.
Pujara felt the visitors cannot be taken lightly, considering they shocked England last year. "They have been playing well in the sub-continent. So, probably, that is one team that have done well against England. We can't take them lightly. But, at the same time, we played very good cricket in 2016. So, probably, we would stick to the same thing. We are number one team in the world at the moment. We would like to maintain that, the way we played in 2016, we would like to repeat the same this year," Pujara said.
The right-handed batsman felt playing conditions would not be much of an issue. "It will be a fair contest. I don't think conditions will matter a lot for Bangladesh. Probably, we will have the upper hand because the way we played last year," Pujara added.
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