India and England at nets
England's tour of India: Complete coverage
Virender Sehwag, Tendulkar and selection committee chairman Kiran More watch the rest of the team practice.
Sehwag just about managed to stay among the top 10 in the latest ICC Test rankings after his twin failure in India's drawn first Test against England.
The third Test in Mumbai will see a record falling to Tendulkar. The master batsman will overtake Kapil Dev's record of 131 Test caps for India by featuring in his 132nd Test and that too on home ground.
The Mumbai Test will also make Dravid just the sixth Indian to play over 100 Tests for the country.
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