BCCI Tweets Upon Team India Having A Fun Drill Session

BCCI About Team India's Drill Session
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The 2nd cycle of the World Test Championship(WTC) is set to begin with Team India with the five-game test tour of England. In the first test match that starts on 4th August, the teams will clash against one other. Before the series begins, India is ready to prepare for its potential and play the ‘A’ game against the hosts. Here is BCCI About Team India’s Drill Session.

BCCI About Team India’s Drill Session

The players will have a pleasant practice session in a video provided by the BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India). Participating in such events enables the team to be in the appropriate spirit in response to the great task. It not only ensures that the players are fit, but it also maintains the state of mind cheerful which is crucial before it enters any big profile series.

In this exciting training course, the players were required to pick up the ball with one hand and then return it back from the other. Teams were separated into two groups and it looked like participants had a fantastic time on the ground. The BCCI shared the video on Twitter and tagged it as “Sample that for a fun drill session to get the side charged up! #TeamIndia #ENGvIND”.


A few of days ago, the BCCI published a similar video of players participating in fieldwork. Under the careful eyes of field trainer R Sridhar, the teams were separated into teams Kohli and Ashwin. The coach stated his satisfaction with how Durham had gone before the warm-up game in practice.

After that, the squad locked horns for a three-day practice game against the County Select XI. This encounter helped the players to have a fair analysis of the English conditions. The Indian pacers enjoyed a fantastic day on the ground that will strengthen their trust further. After the essential training matches and practice sessions, Virat Kohli and the firm would now be anxious to start their test series in position.

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