MOHALI, Nov 4: India might be banking heavily on rank turners to upstage South Africa in the upcoming Test series but visiting team skipper Hashim Amla today said they will be relying on their seam bowling strength to outwit the hosts in the four-match rubber.
Having pocketed the T20 and the ODI series, the Proteas look for a treble when they begin the first cricket Test here tomorrow and Amla believes the team�s bowling department are well equipped to handle any situation and track.
�South Africa�s history has been that we have been very good with our seam bowlers wherever in the world we have been. When you have got the quality of Dale Steyn, Vernon Philander, Morne Morkel and up and coming KG (Kagiso Rabada), we have been blessed and fortunate to be in a situation that our seam bowlers have done well in the sub-continent and that can be an attacking option. Not many countries can boast of that,� Amla told reporters on the eve of the first Test. � PTI