India have a host of batting stars in their line-up including Kohli, Rahane and Rohit
Former captain Sunil Gavaskar says India's batting depth helps them bounce back from tough situations, as they face an upbeat New Zealand in the World Test Championship final this week.
India have a host of batting stars in their line-up including skipper Virat Kohli, his deputy Ajinkya Rahane and dashing opener Rohit Sharma.
Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja, both spinners who have six Test centuries between them while batting in the middle and lower-middle order, are also expected to take to the field in the title clash in Southampton starting Friday.
Gavaskar is in England as a television pundit for the final.
India crashed to a record low of 36 all out in the first Test in Australia last year before bouncing back to win the four-match series 2-1 in a dramatic final in Brisbane in January.
New Zealand, led by the world's top Test batsman Kane Williamson, head into the final with a recent 1-0 win over hosts England in a two-match series.
Gavaskar said once perennial underdogs New Zealand now have quality players in their team that have settled well in English conditions.
Gavaskar was part of India's 50-over World Cup-winning team in 1983.
India last played in March and are coming out of a stint in quarantine but Gavaskar believes the team would be hungry to perform.
Gavaskar said India's "enormous self-belief" will drive them in England's changing weather conditions which pose a challenge to the batsmen.
India is expected to play three fast bowlers, led by yorker king Jasprit Bumrah and veteran Mohammed Shami, and two spinners in their starting line-up at the Ageas Bowl.
The 71-year old Gavaskar, who scored over 10,000 Test runs between 1971 and 1987, said the Indian bowling attack has the ability to bowl out an opposition twice in a five-day contest.
India will stay on in England after the World Test Championship final for a five-Test series in August and September.