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Thursday, November 04, 2004
Home captains must have a say on pitches
Defeat has no fathers; the old adage reasserts itself too often in Indian cricket. The recent results by the Indian cricket team surely have made a small dent in the confidence of the huge number of Indians who follow the game religiously and ...
The Aussie juggernaut rolls on
MUMBAI, NOV. 3. Certain words stay in mind long after they are spoken. Justin Langer looked straight in the eye and said, "Every day that I play with this team, I marvel at what we keep doing." The battle-scarred opener had captured the essence ...
Australian pacemen mean business
MUMBAI, NOV. 3.A heavy cloud cover, moisture in the pitch, and you knew survival was always going to be difficult for the side batting first. Thankfully for India, only 49 minutes of play was possible in which it lost both the openers for just ...
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