Canberra, Dec 16 : Right-handed middle-order batsman and occasional right-arm offbreak bowler Rohit Sharma has said that India will look to exploit Australia's weakness against swing bowling.
"I heard they are having some problems against swing bowling, so we are very much putting all our thoughts together," Rohit said.
"We will try and come hard at them where swing is concerned. We have a very good bowling unit which can put pressure on the Australians."
"We're not really concerned about what's going on their side. We want to focus on our preparation. It's a good sign they are having a batting camp, so we know their weaknesses and what they've gone through the last couple of weeks. We have all kept that in mind going into the first Test match. We will walk out there and we need to put pressure on them rather than taking the pressure on us," said Rohit, who scored an unbeaten 56 in India's two-day game against CA Chairman's XI.
India made 320/6 to CA's 398/6 in the drawn game.
"It was a good preparation. We just wanted to get into the groove first. There's another practice match as well. There wasn't much there for the bowlers on a flat track and the batsmen also got the runs, so I think we should be very happy with the way things have gone for batters and bowlers."
Rohit said that India would like to take one Test match at a time.(IANS)