The Indian cricket team hasn’t played an ODI since March and former India international Mohammad Kaif feels that the side will bank on the experience gained from the intra-squad practice games ahead of the limited overs series against Sri Lanka.

“They have been there (in Colombo) for a couple of weeks now and they have been training. Before that, most of the players were playing the IPL. Of course, there has been a break but they’ll be fine because they won’t be playing in overseas conditions. They’ll be playing in the subcontinent, which is very similar to home,” Kaif said during an interaction organised by Sony Pictures Sports Network.

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