NEW DELHI (Agencies) - Title aspirants India are unlikely to face much resistance as they go into their World Cup Group B encounter against minnows The Netherlands in New Delhi on Wednesday but there are worries over the form and potency of their bowling attack. The Indians are on top in the group with five points and a win will assure them of a berth in the quarterfinals of the mega event being held in the sub-continent after a gap of 15 years. A tied game against England and a hard-fought five-wicket victory over giant-killers Ireland has put India's rather lacklustre bowling attack under the scanner and the Indian think-tank has to plug the loopholes before it is too late. Although the hosts should not find it difficult to get past Netherlands on a slow and low Ferozeshah Kotla track, the team will have to work on the bowling composition and the fielding to be able to make an impact against the stronger sides. The form of leg spinner Piyush Chawla, a surprise inclusion in India's World Cup squad, has been highly disappointing and the team management may toy with the idea of including off-spinner R Ashwin in his place. Ashwin's inclusion will no doubt strengthen the batting line-up as he is handy down the order but the bowling will lack the variety with two off spinners in the ranks. Dhoni has acknowledged the fact that the bowling and fielding have not been top grade so far and wants his team-mates to raise their game. Paceman Ashish Nehra is now fully fit but it remains to be seen whether he will get his chance on the morrow. In fact, the team management may opt to go in with two specialist spinners to exploit the slow track at the Kotla.. The Indians will be looking to Tendulkar and Sehwag to provide an explosive start and set the platform for the others such as Gautam Gambhir, Yuvraj Singh, Kohli, Dhoni and Yusuf Pathan to go for the onslaught. The Netherlands, on the other hand, have really been struggling to make a mark in the high-profile tournament and are not really expected to test the Indians in the floodlit contest. They lost to England by six wickets in their opening match in Nagpur and were then beaten by West Indies by a huge 215 runs in the second group match at the Kotla. There was no change in their fortune as South Africa trounced them by 231 runs in the last match at Mohali. With the thrashings that they have received, there confidence level will expectedly be quite low to take on the home team. A capacity and vociferous crowd at the Kotla will only add to the pressure. Ryan ten Doeschate, who struck a 110-ball 119 against England, is their key player and the Indians will be looking to get his wicket quickly. But Dutch captain Peter Borren believes that his team has the potential to test the Indians. "It's going to be a real challenge for us. We have the potential. We are really looking forward to playing against India," Borren said. India: Mahendra Singh Dhoni (c/wk), Virender Sehwag (vc), Tendulkar, Ravichandran Ashwin, Piyush Chawla, Gambhir, Harbhajan, Zaheer, Virat Kohli, Ashish Nehra, Munaf Patel, Yusuf Pathan, Suresh Raina, S Sreesanth, Yuvraj Singh. The Netherlands: Peter Borren (c), Adeel Raja, Wesley Barresi (wk), Mudassar Bukhari, Atse Buurman (wk), Tom Cooper, Tom de Grooth, Alexei Kervezee, Bradley Kruger, Bernard Loots, Pieter Seelaar, Eric Szwarczynski, Ryan ten Doeschate, Berend Westdijk, Bas Zuiderent.