Consistency key for West Indies, says Ramdin

Consistency key for West Indies, says Ramdin

London : United Kingdom | May 24, 2012 at 3:35 AM PDT
Source: Zee News
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The tourists will be looking to level the series after losing the first Test at Lord`s by five wickets on the final day Monday. "I think it was a pretty good pitch at Lord`s and we just needed to bowl more consistently. The toss was important there and they won the toss and made use of the opportunity," said... FULL ARTICLE AT Zee News
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