T20: Indians thwarted by wet practice pitches

T20: Indians thwarted by wet practice pitches

Mumbai : India | Jan 29, 2012 at 8:41 PM PST
Source: Indian Express
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The Indians, who were outplayed 0-4 in the Test series last week, were out at the venue early the giant Stadium which came into being for the 2000 Sydney Olympics and indulged in their routine round of football a bit longer in the hope that the harsh sun would dry out the wet practice pitches. FULL ARTICLE AT Indian Express
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