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Ganguly, Uthappa have a hit

Chandigarh: Sourav Ganguly and Robin Uthappa practised for half-an-hour at the Sector 16 Cricket Stadium after the Indian team arrived here on Saturday for the fourth one-day international cricket match against Australia.

Even though both the teams reached the hotel late in the afternoon, both Ganguly and Uthappa took time off in the evening for practice.

Team manager, Lalchand Rajput, rolled his arm over for Ganguly, while a local bowler helped Uthappa.

The Indian team’s bowling coach, Venkatesh Prasad, was also present at the ground.

Both the teams will have an extended nets session at the stadium, which is hosting a match after 14 years, on Sunday.

Late in the evening, hometown hero, Yuvraj Singh took time off to attend a function along with his father Yograj Singh at the DAV School in Sector 8.

The Chairman of the Selection Committee, Dilip Vengsarkar, also accompanied the Indian team. — PTI

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