“It’s not overcast conditions and a green pitch where you will compromise on one spinner. You know that when the wicket dries up it will start turning and there is good bounce so the spinners will come into play,” Kohli said.”For that we have to have all bases covered for us to take 10 wickets in the second innings also. We need to have a good balance of spinners and fast bowlers for us to get a result. And that’s what we had in the first game. As I said, when you win there’s not that much room for change unless the conditions are drastically different, which they are not,” he added.As such, India will be looking to strive for consistency after a near-perfect victory in the first Test. At the same time, they will also have to guard against complacency against a relatively weak and largely inexperienced West Indies.”In Test cricket, if we want to become a consistent team, then we need to inculcate good habits, and they shouldn’t differ from team to team. So if you have an opportunity to take wickets and score runs for the team, then you need to take it, whichever team it is against,” he said.”By doing that you can win matches for your team, and every match counts, as a team, and our thinking is that we don’t focus on the other team. We always look at getting results, and on this wicket you always get results, that’s what I’ve seen. So we’re quite excited by that, that we have an opportunity here to win as a team,” Kohli signed off.