India crushed Bangladesh by an innings and 130 runs inside three days to take 1-0 lead in the two-match rubber on Saturday.
According to a report, Army paratroopers will fly in to hand over the iconic pink balls to the two captains on match day.
Cheteshwar Pujara, Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja were the prominent figures to have trained from the main team.
The last bilateral series between the two countries took place in 2012-13 when India hosted Pakistan for three ODIs and two T20Is.
Prithvi Shaw made a stroke-filled 39-ball 63 to help Mumbai thrash Assam by 83 runs in a Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy game.
Mohammed Shami and Mayank Agarwal achieved their career-best positions in the ICC Test Rankings after contributing in India's innings and 130-run victory over Bangladesh in the first Test.
Prithvi Shaw slammed a half-century on his return to competitive cricket from but was trolled by fans for his celebration after hitting reaching his fifty.
Former India left-arm pacer Zaheer Khan has endorsed Virat Kohli's idea of having "strong" Test centres across the country to bring in more fans to the stadium.
So far, three Indian cricketers -- Manvinder Bisla, Manpreet Gony and Kumar Boresa -- were named among 439 foreign players for a draft for the new Bangladesh Premier League season.
A video went viral on social media where India captain Virat Kohli can be seen giving autograph to a special fan.
Ravichandran Ashwin congratulated the journalist for putting up the question to him in "clean and pure" hindi.
Mayank Agarwal talked to Virat Kohli about hitting his second double hundred, keeping the fitness level high and being the team man.
"We are happy that it's a sellout for the first three days," Sourav Ganguly said about the second India vs Bangladesh Test to be played at Eden Gardens in Kolkata.
The Indian players are trying to get as much time to practice with the pink ball ahead of their first ever day-night Test which will be played at Kolkata's Eden Gardens starting November 22.
Mayank Agarwal has hit three tons including two double hundreds in his last five Test innings.
India vs Bangladesh: Mayank Agarwal scored his second double century in Test cricket and achieved the feat faster than batting great Don Bradman.
Mayank Agarwal's batting masterclass helped India finish Day 2 at 493 for six, leading Bangladesh by 343 runs.
Mayank Agarwal brought up his second double century in Tests with a huge six over long-on.