Virat Kohli finally hit his first ever double ton in Test cricket. In process, he also became the first Indian captain to do the same overseas. On the other hand, R Ashwin crossed the three-figure mark for the third time in his career.
India scored a high total of 566/8d against the West Indies on the day two of the first Test at Antigua. India will hope to extend their batting domination and then leave it to their bowlers.
The first hour at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium will be crucial. The second new ball and the early bounce and pace will see a good fight between bat and ball. Anything above 400 will be a bonus for the visitors, who are unbeaten against West Indies since 2002.
India is playing with three pacers and two spinners.