Defeating India in its den is an uphill task: Morgan

Last Modified Monday, 9 January 2017 (15:55 IST)
Mumbai: England's limited-overs skipper reckons that beating Team India at their own backyard would be a tough challenge for his side in the upcoming ODI and T20 series.
Talking to mediapersons here, the 30-year-old said,"We are ready for the against India.Playing against India in India is special experience.They are a strong side and hard to beat at home.

I think, that's something we are looking forward to as a side (and) it's going to be a challenge.
" "Despite being a limited-over series, we think we can gain enough experience from it," Morgan, who along with his deputy Jos Buttler attended a net practise session here, said adding that playing in the recently concluded Test series have handed them the knowledge of the conditions which would be helpful in the upcoming series.

Replying to a query on facing a team led by recently appointed skipper Virat Kohli, the England skipper said, "Kohli is a natural successor.One thing we do as a side, (is) that we don't look at the opposition that much and focus firmly on ourselves and on what we need to do in this series. (UNI)