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WATCH: Find Out Indian Cricket Team's Biggest Foodie, Shopaholic And Much More In The Funny Rapid Fire Video

Written By Dylan Dsouza | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Players from both camps will be looking to make the most of the long break of 10 days before the start of the grueling Test series.
  • Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, KL Rahul, Dinesh Karthik and Bhuvneshwar Kumar were seen making some interesting revelations in the video.

With the T20 series between India and Australia ending on level terms, the focus now shifts to the much-anticipated four-match Test series between the two sides, which gets underway on December 6.

However, players from both camps will be looking to make the most of the long break of 10 days before the start of the grueling Test series. During this break, BCCI posted a candid video of the Men in Blue answering funny rapid-fire questions about each other.

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Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, KL Rahul, Dinesh Karthik and Bhuvneshwar Kumar are the players who featured in the video. The players in the video could be seen answering a variety of questions which ranges from "who is hungry all the time" to "who shops the most".

The video not only reveals some interesting facts about the Indian players, but also shows well the team-mates know each other each. Check the video below:

The four-match Test series has been billed as the real encounter between the teams, and it will represent the progress of the Indian team, especially in overseas conditions Kohli is expected to be the spearhead of an Indian team aiming to win its first ever Test series in Australia. While the history is on the side of the hosts, recent developments suggest the visitors have a great chance to create history.

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The Australian team will be without their star batsmen Steven Smith and David Warner, both serving their respective one-year ban for their role in the ball tampering saga earlier this year against South Africa. And one of those who feels this way is legendary wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist.

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