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The Indian cricket team is taking full advantage of the Caribbean sea and its beaches ahead of their second warm-up match at St Kitts from Thursday, the Kohli led side has mixed business and pleasure in equal measure. The first match, a two-day affair, ended in a draw.

Team India are to play a three-day warm-up match from Thursday and Kumble has set a strict routine for the young team. According to a report in the Indian Express, Kumble, known for his strong work ethics, has also set a code of conduct that includes a 50$ fine for late comers. Kumble has also charted an enjoyable course that will keep the team healthy in mind and body ahead of the gruelling four-Test series starting in Antigua on July 21.

A 4-0 win in the West Indies could propel India to the top spot in Tests and put them in a good space for the home winter, where they will play 13 Tests against the likes of England, Australia and New Zealand.

Team India boys  are busy with some adventure sports like snorkeling and diving.

Rohit Sharma is using his day-off for some serious yoga activities.