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    May 04, 2004

    Ayaz Memon talks to Sourav Ganguly on his vision for Indian cricket, about his career and his achievements. Ganguly does seem to know what he's talking about most of the time, except when he loses it while comparing India's achievements to Australia's. Contrary to his view, the gap between India and Australia in both forms of cricket isn't as narrow as he makes it out to be. In one-dayers of course, Australia are a few light years ahead of the rest. In tests they still haven't been beaten by any side in a series for the last 3 years. The fact that India was the last side which beat them along with the recent result does indicate that India could end up starting as favourites later this year. I think we're far better off playing up Australia and choosing to be the underdogs, again.
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 3:24 PM |
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