Bangladesh Cricket team have completed their first training session of their India tour at the Arun Jaitley stadium at Delhi.
The Tigers reached India on Wednesday after a torrid week at home with the players' strike and the ban imposed by the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Shakib Al Hasan.
The team mainly had fitness training for most parts of the day but also had some batting practise later in the day. Spin bowling consultant Daniel Vettori worked with the spinners on the day whereas head coach Russell Domingo observed the batting sessions.
One concern for the Tigers is the air pollution in Delhi at the moment because of the recent Diwali. The optimal Air Quality Index score is below 50 but Delhi's air currently scores over 200. There might be a chance that the players will require masks to take part in training or play the match because of air pollution.
The first match of the tour for Bangladesh is on the third of November at the Feroz Shah Kotla stadium in Delhi.