The whole group invest some exertion, with various batting and playing sessions taking after the general drill.
Indian cricket group hit the nets at Sabina Park on the Wednesday morning, hours in the wake of arriving in Jamaica, and took after a thorough activity to get used to the hot and damp conditions.
The whole group invest some exertion, with various batting and rocking the bowling alley sessions taking after the general drill.
Wriddhiman Saha took a shot at his keeping aptitudes specifically.
Murali Vijay appeared to be glad about his sore thumb whilst flying out of Antigua however he kept on watching his workload with a light workout.
Left-gave opener Shikhar Dhawan went full sledge and tongs in the nets and took toss downs on the practice wickets on-ground too, which appeared to be entirely green three days before the second Test.
"Working around here for long today has helped us get used to the conditions here. It is quite hot and muggy, maybe more than prior. Presently we don't hope to face issues in the number one spot up the match and can get immediately acclimatized for it," said leg-spinner Amit Mishra.
"There is still some an opportunity to go for the Test, so we will need to hold up and watch what the grounds men do with the grass. I for one don't anticipate that the wicket will resemble the practice pitches at the square here," he included.
India had won the primary Test in Antigua by an innings and 92 keeps running inside four days.
Captain Virat Kohli and R Ashwin had shone in that diversion, with Dhawan and Mishra himself assuming bolster parts.