Busy slogging it out in the Indian Premier League [ Images ] right now, Mahendra Singh Dhoni [ Images ] and his men will not play any warm-up matches ahead of the Twenty20 [ Images ] World Championships in the West Indies [ Images ].
"India has elected not to play any warm-up matches while Sri Lanka [ Images ] has opted to play only one warm-up match," the ICC [ Images ] said in a statement detailing the schedule of the practice games of other teams.
The Championship starts April 30, just five days after the IPL ends in Mumbai [ Images ].
"With just 16 days to go before the first match takes place in Guyana on April 30, both the men's and women's teams will play a series of warm-up matches against either other competing teams or host XIs where a competing team is not available," the ICC said.
"The men's teams will play their warm-ups from 27 to 29 April in Barbados, St Lucia and Guyana while the women will play on 2 and 3 May in St Kitts.
In line with previous ICC events, none of these matches will carry official Twenty20 International status," it added.