The 23-year-old said he is pumped about making a mark in the series should he get a chance to play. Asked if the prospect of bowling to somebody like Indian captain Dhoni is unnerving, Paris said it's a mix of both excitement and anxiousness.
"More excited I guess but there is a bit of nerves obviously. If I get to play, it would be fantastic. So, little bit of nerves but I think that's a good thing. I will certainly be using that as a positive rather than a negative," Paris said in a media interaction here.
The youngster has done well for himself in the Australian domestic circuit picking up 24 wickets in 13 List A games.
Paris said the Indian batting line-up can only be tackled with a consistently incisive approach.
"India's whole batting line-up is world class and they have been like that for a number of years. As for their record here, it's a new series, both teams start at 0-0.

If we bowl really well and bowl in the channels we want to bowl in, we will give ourselves every opportunity of doing well. If we don't then as I have said, they have got world-class batters to take advantage of that," Paris said.

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