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Watch: India sweat it out ahead of 2nd ODI against New Zealand

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Watch: India sweat it out ahead of 2nd ODI against New Zealand

Watch: India sweat it out ahead of 2nd ODI against New Zealand

India practiced ahead of 2nd ODI against New Zealand.

'Men in Blue' sweat it out in the practice session.

India lost the 1st ODI against New Zealand by 4 wickets.

Both teams will lock horns in 2nd ODI on February 8.

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