The Indian cricket team on Monday arrived in Ahmedabad for the opening Test match of the four-match series against England.

 

The Indian squad's three-day preparatory camp for the four-Test series against England, commencing at Ahmedabad from November 15, concluded at the Cricket Club of India in Mumbai on Sunday, according to PTI.

 

The team had a five-hour training session with a short break for lunch at the Brabourne Stadium with all the cricketers given an opportunity to have a feel of match conditions against their own bowlers and some other local bowlers.

 

The team's training was supervised by chief coach Duncan Fletcher, bowling coach Joe Dawes and fielding coach Trevor Penney.