India have been forced to get back Bumrah and Bhuvneshwar, feels Stuart Law

Stuart Law, the West Indies coach is happy that his batsmen have done a great job so far. He believes they have been able to force India to bring changes in their bowling line-up with their premier pacers Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah being brought back for the final three ODIs.

Umesh Yadav and Mohammed Shami have failed to impress with the new ball in the series so far. The Indian bowlers have conceded 320 plus scores in both ODIs, though the wickets conditions have been batting friendly.

Both Bhuvneshwar and Bumrah's comeback from the third ODI was always on the cards, Law feels that his batsmen forced the Indian selectors to bring in changes.

"Yeah I would like to think so (on their comeback). That's probably the reason why they've (India) called back their two most experienced one-day bowlers. To our credit, we haven't shied away from it," Law said on the eve of the third ODI.

He is happy that Indians are asking themselves a few questions and looking for their best outfit ahead of the second phase in the series.

"So yeah, hopefully we are getting the Indians to ask questions to themselves. They are giving us plenty of questions to ask ourselves but at this stage, we are coming up with pretty good answers," added the Windies selector, Stuart Law.

Virat Kohli's brilliance has overshadowed everything in this series but Law is expecting the Indian captain to falter sooner than later.

"How do you get Virat out? He gave us a chance at 40. He is a wonderful player. I just love the way he goes about compiling an innings. Looks like he is working very hard but he's doing it very easy. So we do have a few plans up our sleeves for him.

"At the moment, he is coming up a lot of good answers, so we have to just keep asking questions about his technique and his abilities. In the end, he is only human. But when we get an opportunity, we have got to grab hold of it."

The coach also heaped praise on Shimron Hetmyer, who has been batting briliantly to the Indian bowlers, especially the spinners.

"Hetmyer has been outstanding. (Shai) Hope got a hundred in the second game, all in all for an inexperienced side, that we have, they can hold their heads very high," said Law.