A video of Indian cricket team training at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai ahead of their second Test against England.

India will look to maintain their stranglehold over England when the second cricket Test begins on Friday in conditions which is expected to suit the home team spinners.
 
Already 1-0 up in what has been touted as the 'revenge series', another victory for Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men will ensure that England's quest for their first series win on Indian soil in 27 years will continue. It will also keep Indian on track for a whitewash and avenge the 4-0 defeat they suffered during their last tour to England.
 
India totally outplayed England in the opening game of the four-match series on a dusty bowl at Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad except for a fightback by captain Alastair Cook and wicketkeeper Matt Prior that kept them afloat till the final day after the home side took a huge 330-run first innings lead, PTI reported.