India were runaway champions in the 2013 edition with Mahendra Singh Dhoni at the helm.
All-rounders make a big difference in the limited-overs format, and the ICC Champions Trophy is no difference.
The most relaxed at the nets was former "Captain Cool" Dhoni, who will be playing his first ICC event after quitting as ODI skipper.
Limited-overs cricket is a batsman's game, and these names are likely to make waves in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017.
Bowlers are always at the receiving in T20s and ODIs, but some of them always beat the odds.