Kohli will do well outside the subcontinent.
The fact that he could play well at Perth is quite instructive IMO - was a way more significant innings than the one at Adelaide.
Pujara too will do well oustide the subcontinent - he was pretty impressive on some juicy tracks in the West Indies for India A earlier this year. He also has a very good game - a technique suited to dealing with seam movement and higher bounce.
If India can get something out of Rohit Sharma (still think he's a phenomenal talent), that's a pretty decent middle order they have there.
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