Pune: They might have been hit all over the park in the lone Twenty20, but Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Saturday said he expects his bowlers to adapt quickly and deliver in the upcoming ODI series against Australia starting in Pune on Sunday. (Read: Sachin Tendulkar's retirement no shock for MS Dhoni)
"In the last T20 game a fair amount of runs, 200 runs each, were scored. Overall the conditions were tough for the bowlers on both sides. But I am sure bowlers would adapt to the conditions as the series progresses and you can expect better performances out of both the teams (bowlers) who were expensive," Dhoni said ahead of the first ODI.
Dhoni defended the bowlers of both the teams in the Twenty20 match in Rajkot, which India won, by pointing out how the dew factor affected their performance.