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    December 12, 2007

    Will he do it again?

    In April this year, Rudi Koertzen was part of the elite group of umpires who wanted Australia and Sri Lanka to come back the next day to complete the final of the 2007 World Cup.

    At Bangalore, bad light has just stopped play on day five with Pakistan having 3 wickets in hand, needing to get 212 runs and win or bat out 11 overs and draw.

    Will Koertzen ask the players to come back tomorrow?

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