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Training accessories can't stop costly drops

Gloved up Aussies won't panic over catching

Feb 4, 2008: Cricketers rely on "feel" and Australia's catching is currently badly out of touch

Peter English in Brisbane

Australia v India, 1st ODI, CB Series, Brisbane

India's freshmen pose uneasy questions

Feb 3, 2008: The failure of India's inexperienced middle order has raised questions about the idea of blooding too many youngsters at the same time

Nagraj Gollapudi at the Gabba

Australia v India, CB series, 1st ODI, Brisbane

Lee picks on India again, and a first for Tendulkar

Feb 3, 2008: Stats highlights from the first ODI of the CB Series between Australia and India

S Rajesh and HR Gopalakrishna

Australia v India, CB series, 1st ODI, Brisbane

'We've got heaps of depth' - Lee

Feb 3, 2008: Brett Lee believes Australia's strong bowling depth will ensure they can cope without the fiery pace of Shaun Tait throughout the CB Series

Peter English at the Gabba

Australia v India, CB series, 1st ODI, Brisbane

Lee takes up responsibility with glee

Feb 3, 2008: Brett Lee is probably the only Australian who has welcomed the retirements of McGrath and Warne and is thriving in an environment where he is the alpha male

Peter English at the Gabba

Australia v India, 1st ODI, CB Series, Brisbane

Explaining the D/L method and revised targets

Feb 3, 2008: Australia's target was increased by just one run not because of India's late collapse, but because they were already six down when the rain came down

S Rajesh

Australia v India, 1st ODI, CB Series, Brisbane

Harsh initiations, and Gilchrist keeps walking

Feb 3, 2008: Peter English presents the Plays of the day of the first ODI of the CB series between Australia and India in Brisbane

Australia v India, CB Series, 1st ODI, Brisbane

Lee stars in abandoned game

Feb 3, 2008: Australia dominated India for the majority of the duration of the tri-series opener in Brisbane but the monsoonal weather intervened and ensured that both teams left the Gabba with two points apiece

The Bulletin by George Binoy
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