Indian skipper MS Dhoni said he is quite happy with preparations.
A grassy pitch has greeted the Indians at Perth's WACA Ground, with curator Cam Sutherland predicting the wicket would have more pace and bounce than the corresponding Test against England last year, when seam bowlers dominated and just two of 40 wickets fell to spin.
Dhoni admitted that he was not right all the time but the critics would comment otherwise even if he had taken a right decision.
"You have to take it in stride. It looks easier from the outside, it's easier to comment on decisions. More often than not, you see the result and then comment," he told reporters at the pre-match press conference.