Last Update on: October 12th, 2018 at 12:55 pm
Windies fast bowler Kemar Roach, who returned to the squad after missing the first Test against India admitted that his side will put up a good fight in the second Test at Uppal.
Meanwhile, the visitors will look to fight back in the last Test to finish the series on a high. Speaking ahead of the game, Roach admitted that it has been a tough few weeks for him losing his grandmother. However, Kemar Roach revealed that he is raring to go and will his best shot to help his Windies win.
“Yeah, it’s been a tough few weeks for me. I was very distracted. I came here and I was raring to go, but then the passing away of my family member was very tough. She (grandma) is gone now. I pray for her,” Roach said.
“I am now focused. Cricket is my life, so I am more focused for Windies. I am raring to go and obviously I want to give my best to help my team win,” he added.
It will be a better game this time: Kemar Roach
The Windies seamer admitted the players now have a good knowledge of the conditions after spending time in India. As a result, they will hope to play some good cricket in the next few days.
“I got a chance to watch cricket [first Test]. The conditions are tough for our guys. I think we stuck to our task, but we could have done better. Coming into this match, the guys are a little more real about the conditions and how India will bowl to us. They are more focused and ready to go. I feel it will be a better game this time. They will compete much better,” Kemar Roach concluded.