Sachin Tendulkar has a great record at Trent Bridge with an average of over 78 at the ground but the man would know it best that statistics will not be of any help as Team India aim to bounce back after a dismal display in the Lord's Test. (AFP Photo)
The country will once again hope to see Sachin score his 100th ton at Trent Bridge and the Master Blaster practised hard in the nets to ensure he was in best shape for the match.(AFP Photo)
Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni will hope that the replacements fire and the regulars do not disappoint as Team India look to reverse the momentum in England. (AFP Photo)
Indian skipper MS Dhoni takes a closer look at the pitch. Dhoni was criticised after choosing to bowl first in the first Test at Lord's. (AFP Photo)
Redemption will also be on the mind of India's coach Duncan Fletcher who has had a rather bitter return to England. (AFP Photo)
India will however rue the absence of pace spearhead Zaheer Khan who is out with a hamstring injury. (AFP Photo)
Sreesanth is expected to be the likely replacement for Zaheer, a positive yet tricky call to take. (AFP Photo)
Chances are slim for Munaf Patel to feature in the line-up even after a good show in the Wast Indies where he was India's main man with the ball. (AFP Photo)
Gambhir's condition also offers a tricky situation for the Indians. The final decision is set to be taken right before the toss but his absence would mean that India will have to go out with a makeshift opener. (AFP Photo)
Apart from replacing the injured, Team India is unlikely to make any adventurous changes. India will hope that their veteran trio fires all cylinders. (AFP Photo)
While the world debated over whether Team India deserved it's No.1 Test ranking after the big loss at Lord's, they were back grinding in the nets at Trent Bridge, the venue for the 2nd Test against England. (AFP Images)
Indian captain MS Dhoni arrives ahead of the practice session at Trent Bridge in Nottingham. England will take on India in the second Test, beginning July 29. England lead the series 1-0 after winning at Lord's by 196 runs.
India's Sachin Tendulkar arrives for the practice session at Trent Bridge. There were fitness concerns over the little master but Sachin showed no signs of trouble in the net session.
India's Harbhajan Singh arrives for the practice session at Trent Bridge. The spinner is under pressure after a below par performance at Lord's, with calls coming for Amit Mishra to replace the Turbanator in the side.
Indian captain MS Dhoni (L) speaks to coach Duncan Fletcher ahead of the practice session. The duo will have to plan, and then execute well to stop the high flying hosts England.
India's Sachin Tendulkar (L) talks to coach Duncan Fletcher during the practice session at Trent Bridge. Sachin will be key to India's fortunes in the second Test.
India's Sachin Tendulkar (C) jostles for the football with his team-mates during the practice session.
India's Sachin Tendulkar (L) talks to coach Duncan Fletcher during the practice session. The two had a lot to talk about.
India's Sachin Tendulkar (R) gets down to business, practicing his batting during the training session.
India's Abhinav Mukund (L) bats during the practice session. The opener will have to do better than he did at Lord's and ensure a good start for India at Trent Bridge.
Indian coach Duncan Fletcher (L) watches from the balcony as the team sweats it out at Trent Bridge in Nottingham.
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