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June 2, 2006
India vindicated their decision of playing six specialist batsmen by batting badly, falling to 235 for 9 on the first day of the Antigua Test. Amit Varma and S Rajesh, who wrote the bulletin for this game, discuss what went wrong for India and what went right for West Indies. Strategy, tactics, tennis: they're all discussed here. Listen in!
For Sambit Bal's views on the Indian team's selection, click here.
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