Johannesburg, Oct.1 (ANI): South Africa coach Russell Domingo believes that the IPL experience will help his players adapt to different conditions in India, when the two sides square off in the upcoming Mahatma Gandhi-Nelson Mandela Twenty20 series.
Domingo, however, admitted that it would be tough to play against India as they have some really good young players, Sport24 reported.
Meanwhile, all-rounder Jean-Paul Duminy revealed his team is dependent on their pace bowlers to do the job for them, adding that they would not be thinking any differently going in for the first match.
Duminy said his side is not thinking too far down the line in the series, but hoped that everything goes well.
Earlier, South Africa suffered an eight-wicket defeat against the hosts in a T20 warm-up match in New Delhi on Tuesday.
India will play three Twenty20 international, five ODIs and four Tests against South Africa, which starts from October 2. (ANI)