Highlights

  • Rahul Dravid is satisfied with Team India's preparations for the rescheduled 5th Test vs England
  • 5th Test to start from July 1 in Birmingham
  • India lead the 5-match Test series 2-1

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I think whatever we needed to achieve and whatever boxes we needed to tick in terms of our preparation leading into the Test match: Rahul Dravid

Rahul Dravid is satisfied with Team India's preparations for the rescheduled 5th Test vs England starting July 1. After the drawn warm-up game vs Leicestershire, the head coach felt confident going into the crucial Test.

Dravid said that his team has ticked all the boxes they needed to tick in terms of their preparation and is very satisfied and happy.

However, Dravid also felt that since it was just a one-off Test match, there was no room for things to go wrong. 'When you have got just one game or one-off game in a series, it's not really a lot of time, you’ve got to hit the ground running hard and you’ve got to be able to hopefully get your act together right from the first day of the Test match,' added the head coach.

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