Former India captain and coach Anshuman Gaekwad feels Indian bowlers will have to adjust to the conditions in West Indies after a successful stint in England.

India clinched the ICC Champions Trophy 2013, in its last edition, with a nerve-wracking five-run victory over hosts England in a rain-hit final at Birmingham, giving their captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the unique record of being the first captain to win three world titles.

After frustrating showers reduced the contest to a T20 affair, India first scored 129 for seven and then restricted England to 124 for eight in a topsy-turvy game that went down to the wire late last night. Ravindra Jadeja (33 not out and 2 for 24) made another all-round contribution which proved to be telling in the context of the match.

The sizeable Indian crowd erupted in joy when Ravichandran Ashwin (two for 15) finished the final over with James Tredwell unable to hit the required six off the last delivery.

(With inputs from PTI)