India captain Virat Kohli and coach Anil Kumble have expressed their displeasure with the authorities over the training facilities available at Edgbaston Cricket Ground where the team is stationed ahead of their high-profile ICC Champions Trophy 2017 opener against Pakistan in on Sunday.
The Indian team had its first training session in Birmingham on Thursday and they were allocated the practice arena adjacent to main stadium.
However, both Kohli and Kumble had reservations as the arena was small in size. The main issue was the run-up for fast bowlers.
It was learnt that the likes of Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Shami and Hardik Pandya, all of whom have a 30-yard run-up, couldn't bowl full tilt at the nets as the distance wasn't big enough.
This irked the captain and the coach as they sent feelers through manager Kapil Malhotra to sort the issue out with Warwickshire (local county) authorities.
Apparently, the Indian team wanted to practice at the main arena but were denied a chance as Australia and New Zealand, who have a match on Friday, were given access to the main ground.
India will only get a feel of the main turf on Saturday, prior to the marquee clash.