Team India's men and women teams reached the UK constituent country England. As per the protocols, the crickets will undergo quarantine for three days, before they pad up to hit the grounds to practice.
The BCCI gave a surprise to Indian cricket fans, by posting a video on Twitter, where the players shared their experience of a flight journey to London from Mumbai. The likes of Mohammed Siraj, Axar Patel, and few others featured in the video.
While narrating his experience, Hyderabadi pacer Mohammed Siraj complained against Hit-man Rohit Sharma. Siraj said he barely slept for two hours, as Rohit didn't let him sleep on the flight.
"We just landed at Heathrow (Airport) and it is a two-hour journey to the hotel. I slept for two hours but then Rohit Bhai came and woke me up and after that, I couldn't sleep. Two hours before landing I felt a bit sleepy again. I am a bit tired because yesterday we did a heavy running session,â€ the pacer said in the video.
Indian men's team schedule will start with the World Test Championship (WTC) final against New Zealand on June 18. Southampton will host the series. India is also scheduled to play a Test series against England.
The women's team will play one Test, three ODIs, and the same number of the shorter format of games against the hosts.