India captain Virat Kohli and coach Anil Kumble during a practice session at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad yesterday. Pic/AFP
Hyderabad: India will look to build on a successful home season when it plays Bangladesh, says head coach Anil Kumble even as he emphasised on his side's ability to take 20 wickets.
"We'd like to look at it as continuation from where we left against England. It's been a good home season so far. We'd like to take confidence from that and build on it. We still have few more Test matches after this so it's important we take momentum and look at Bangladesh which has done really well against New Zealand in the recent past," Kumble said.
"Bangladesh is a very improved side. They had a good outing in New Zealand. We respect the opposition, they have some quality players, good all-rounders. It'll be an interesting contest," he added.
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