India and West Indies face off in a match which could turn the fate of the series. For India, the 2nd Test will be an opportunity to wrap up the series in style but for West Indies, it will be more about staying in the hunt in the 3-match series.
It wasn't just cricket that was a part of the agenda for MS Dhoni's men. The team played some soccer to ensure they stayed in perfect shape ahead of the 2nd Test. (AFP Photo)
Like Feroz Shah Kotla, all eyes will be on Ssachin Tendulkar, who is chasing a 100th ton that has evaded him for long. (AFP Photo)
Virender Sehwag will be hoping to continue his emphatic return to the squad which saw him score two half centuries to rattle the West Indies bowling. (AFP Photo)
West Indies cricket captain Darren Sammy on the ground is attended by a support staff during a training session at the Eden Gardens. (AFP Photo)
West Indies cricket captain Darren Sammy jumps in the air to take catch during a training session. (AFP Photo)
West Indies skipper will be hoping to collect an outfit which threw away its advantage after the first innings in the first Test. (AFP Photo)