The Cricket World Cup is returning to the subcontinent for a fourth time in 2023, with the 13th edition set to be the first hosted solely by India.
India’s domination on home soil is well documented, with the host nation currently 2/1 favourites in the cricket betting to win a third title and their first since 2011.
For visiting teams, playing in the subcontinent throws up many unique challenges, including harsh weather conditions, turning pitches and lively crowds.
As South Africa head to the subcontinent on the hunt for their first World Cup title, we asked star players Temba Bavuma, Rassie van der Dussen, Lungi Ngidi, Keshav Maharaj and Marco Jansen one question: How do you win in India?
- What sets India apart from other countries
- The love for the game among Indian crowds
- The keys to batting and bowling in Indian conditions