Why India is hard to beat in ODIs?

Why India is hard to beat in ODIs?

Feb. 6, 2018, 4:40 p.m.

India has been playing delightful limited-overs cricket for a while now. Their top three are as good as any in the world, they have two of the best death bowlers, and now have two joyful wrist spinners too. Over the last two years, India's batsmen have adjusted to these slow tracks better than anyone else. India has  a chaser who aims to finish matches with two overs to go, a finisher who relishes the one-on-one environment of the last over, an opener who scores double-centuries after slow starts, and Hardik Pandya who can hit big from the first ball.