England pacer James Anderson feels that it is important for the success of any cricket team to have its players communicating with each others. 

 

"There is a lot going around, we pass on information as much as we can. And that's the only way people are going to learn about the game," he said.

 

Meanwhile,  England's second warm-up match against Mumbai A ended in a draw on Thursday with the tourists reaching 149 for two from 52 overs in their second innings, on the third day at the DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai.

 

England will now take on Haryana in the third and the final tour game at Ahmedabad starting November 8, before the start of the four-match Test series against India.

 

Nick Compton staked his claim for selection in the Test side with a fluent knock of 64 not out off 162 balls.