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    February 01, 2006

    Pakistan continues the target setting trend

    Continuing on from where they left off in Faisalabad and seeking to avenge India's act against Sri Lanka, Pakistan have now set India a target of 607 runs to get in around 162 overs (72 today and 90 tomorrow), at a runrate of 3.75 runs per over.

    We wait with bated breath as to what the result of this game will be. You can of course follow the gory details through the live scores box on the right hand side of this page.

    Update: India are right now scoring at 5.67 runs per over for the loss of two wickets. Even if the team gets all out for 120 in 30 overs or so, it shouldn't be hard for the BCCI to flaunt its might yet again and convince the BCCI that India actually won the game on a better run-rate.
    Thus spake Jagadish @ 12:00 PM |
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