West Indies opening batsman Adrian Barath believes Shivnarine Chanderpaul holds the key as far as making India bat again on Day Five in the second Test is concerned.

The visitors ended Day Three on 195 for three, still 283 runs behind the hosts, with Chanderpaul, who scored a century in the first Test, batting on 21 and Darren Bravo on 38. "It's important to make India bat again.
It will be important tomorrow for Bravo and Chanderpaul to continue. Chanderpaul is the key player for us tomorrow. He can bat through tomorrow and make it difficult for the Indian bowlers. He can make India bat again," added Barath.