ICC Champions Trophy: Indian team's policy is to keep media at bay!

The travelling journalists have been kept off limits as India have again chosen not to train on Sunday. This is the third straight day the players have kept indoors while other teams sweat it out.

updated: June 09, 2013 00:12 IST
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"Full day off today, good to catch up with some sleep. Brilliant sunny day so the plan is to go out somewhere and do a bit of walking", tweeted skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Saturday afternoon. The Indians seem to be in great mood in the United Kingdom. (Read: England beat Australia by 48 runs in Group A opener)

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After almost eight weeks of non-stop Indian Premier League matches crisscrossing the length and breadth of India, and then three full ODI games in a week in the UK, Dhoni's men are surely a tired lot. So much so that India have chosen not to train for the third consecutive day after driving down to London from Cardiff on Friday. (Also read: Missing Steyn, Morkel no excuse for losing, says South Africa coach Gary Kirsten)

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