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Vic Marks, writing in The Observer, says that even though the bookies are predicting an India win, there is reason for England to think a first series victory in the country in almost 28 years is a possibility:
India are a manifestly stronger side on home turf but they have hardly thrashed England in recent times. Moreover there are signs of creaking. Tendulkar is in his fortieth year. Sehwag and Zaheer Khan are both 34 and, for all their experience, their bodies and reflexes are more prone to rebel. They cannot be as intimidating as they once were.
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