Perth: The Indian cricket team seems down and out after back-to-back losses but senior Australian batsman Michael Hussey remains wary of the tourists as he feels their "pride and experience" can conquer the intimidating conditions that await them in the third Test starting here on Friday.
"The goal is to go 3-0...and we haven't spoken about 4-0 yet. To go 3-0 up will be an awesome achievement but the Indians have great players with a lot of experience and pride. I am expecting them to bounce back quite hard in this Test," stated Hussey who has run into form with successive innings of 89 and unbeaten 150 in the last two Tests.
"This pitch will have extra pace and bounce. We play very well in these conditions but this is different to Indians from their home country. Yet, as I said, they have unbelievable experience; they have been here before and performed well. They can adapt to conditions pretty quickly," he added.