NEW DELHI (AFP) - India on Thursday kept faith in the same squad that won this week's opening Test against the West Indies for the second match in Kolkata next week. India won the first Test in New Delhi by five wickets on Wednesday to take the lead in the three-match series, their last Test outing before next month's high-profile tour of Australia. The hosts won with a day to spare after debutant off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who replaced the out-of-favour Harbhajan Singh, picked up nine wickets and was named the man of the match. Ashwin's match figures of 9-128 were the second-best by an Indian debutant behind leg-spinner and current selector Narendra Hirwani's 16-136 against the West Indies at Chennai in 1988. The second Test will be played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata from Monday. The squad for the final match in Mumbai from November 22 will be picked later. India are due to tour Australia for a four-Test series starting in Melbourne on December 26.