A few hours on from securing a memorable win over Australia, India named their squad to face England next month.
India completed a stunning win over Australia, chasing down 328 at the Gabba, where Rishabh Pant was the star.
Rishabh Pant led India to a famous win over Australia in the final Test at the Gabba.
With the fourth Test heading for a draw amid wet weather at the Gabba, India look set to retain the Border-Gavaskar trophy.
Josh Hazlewood claimed a five-wicket haul, but unheralded duo Shardul Thakur and Washington Sundar starred in Brisbane on Sunday.
After coming in for criticism for the way he got out against Australia, Rohit Sharma said he was following a clear plan.
Only 54.2 overs were bowled as rain marred the second day of the fourth Test between Australia and India.
Marnus Labuschagne hit a superb 108 to give Australia the upper hand at the Gabba but felt the hosts could have been in a better position.
Marnus Labuschagne led Australia with a century as India fought hard on day one of the fourth Test.
After surviving in Sydney, a patched-up India team has the chance to make history against Australia at the Gabba.