Indian captain MS Dhoni has said that the team is now fully focused on cricket and is not thinking about the JadejaAnderson spat. In the pre-match press conference, Dhoni said that the sole focus is on the 4th test.

He said, “It is really important not to drag one thing into another. Irrespective of what has happened, in the last game we were only concentrating on cricket. Once you are a part of the Indian cricket team it is one thing that you learn to do very well because a lot of things keep floating around cricket.”

He added, “It is very interesting what David Boon (of the elite panel of match referees) really found out on the basis of which he said Jadeja needs to be fined 50% of his match money.”

The fans will certainly be hoping that the Indian team does the talking on the field and takes a 2-1 lead.

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