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Few good training days better than many sessions, feels Captain Cool

Few good training days better than many sessions, feels Captain Cool
The Indian team practiced two out four days (travelling day is used for training) in between their matches against South Africa and UAE. The same two-training-days out of the available five days is being used by Dhoni and Co for their match against West Indies at the WACA on Friday.

“What we’re doing is dividing the workload, trying to practice on alternative days. Three days of high-intensity practice is better than six days of mediocre practice,” Dhoni made it clear after the UAE match as to what exactly his views are on everyday net sessions. In fact whatever the Indian skipper said made a lot of sense.

“If you extend the Australia series till World Cup, it’s a four-five month tour on the whole. If you talk of conditions, then we know everything about the conditions. We’ve played at almost all the venues so we know how the wickets behave,” Dhoni was categorical in his observation about the rest days that have been interspersed between some of the training sessions.
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