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'Traditionalist' Wright not in favour of day-night Test

Mumbai : India | Oct 30, 2012 at 11:47 PM PDT
Source: NewKerala
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Traditionalist' Wright not in favour of day-night Test Kolkata, October 30 (UNI) Describing himself as an old-fashioned,former India coach John Wright today said he was not in favour of day-night Test cricket. "It will be very interesting. It may happen, but I am a tradionalist and would like to see... FULL ARTICLE AT NewKerala
 
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