The CBI-ED team will assist their lawyers for securing Vijay Mallya's extradition -- the second extradition from the UK after signing an extradition treaty with the country 25 years ago.
The extradition heading is to being later on Monday in a Westminster Magistrates Court.
Indian agencies told IANS they are confident of putting up solid evidence against Vijay Mallya and he should get extradited.
According to sources, Mark Summers from Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) will lead India's charge for the prosecution while Clare Montgomery will lead Vijay Mallya's defence.
A CBI official said they have submitted a 2,000 page dossier on Vijay Mallya, detailing how he cheated Indian public sector banks and diverted the loans taken for Kingfisher Airlines over the years.
Union Minister of state for Home Kiren Rijiju last month held a discussion over Vijay Mally's extradition with visiting UK Minister of State for Immigration Brandon Lewis.
There are serious charges of financial irregularities against Vijay Mallya amounting Rs 9,000 crore.
Samirbhai Vinubhai Patel was the first to be extradited from Britain to India in late 2016. He was wanted in connection with the 2002 post-Godhra riots in Gujarat.
Vijay Mallya was rearrested on October 3 by police in London in connection with a fraud and money laundering case filed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED), and was released on bail by a London court soon after.