New Delhi: Indian opener Virender Sehwag said after the second day's play on Monday that the Feroze Shah Kotla track was still good for batting and both the teams have an equal chance of winning the first cricket Test.
Seventeen wickets fell during the day and at the end of it West Indies have a lead of 116 runs after bowling out India for 209 in the first innings in reply to their own 304.
"Both the teams have 50-50 chances of winning the Test match. The wicket is not bad. But scoring runs is not easy on a track where the ball keeps low and also reverse swings. The batsmen tend to get defensive because the ball doesn't come smoothly on the bat," said Shewag.