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Australia v India, 1st Test, Brisbane, 3rd day

Rain dampens spirits at the Gabba

Dec 6, 2003: The weather was a key factor on the third day of the first Test between Australia and India, which was turning out to be more competitive than many had expected

The Wisden Bulletin by Anand Vasu

Australia v India, 1st Test, Brisbane, 2nd day

Ganguly warned for tardy over-rate

Dec 5, 2003: Sourav Ganguly has been pulled up by Mike Procter, the match referee, for India's slow over-rate in the first Test at Brisbane

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Australia v India, 1st Test, Brisbane, 2nd day

Ganguly warned for tardy over-rate

Dec 5, 2003: Sourav Ganguly has been pulled up by Mike Procter, the match referee, for India's slow over-rate on the first day of the Brisbane Test

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Australia v India, 1st Test, Brisbane, 2nd day

A stunning contrast

Dec 5, 2003: Sixteen overs between the showers today showed what could have been possible yesterday, and if India go on to lose the match - they will have to bat out of their skins tomorrow to stay in the hunt - they will know where they lost it

The Wisden Verdict by Sambit Bal at the Gabba

Australia v India, 1st Test, Brisbane, 2nd day

A stunning contrast

Dec 5, 2003: Sixteen overs between the showers today showed what could have been possible yesterday, and if India go on to lose the match - they will have to bat out of their skins tomorrow to stay in the hunt - they will know where they lost it

The Wisden Verdict by Sambit Bal at the Gabba

Australia v India, 1st Test, Brisbane, 2nd day

'Individuals make decisions': Buchanan

Dec 5, 2003: Steve Waugh may have been responsible for the moment - a nightmarish one if you're an Australian fan - of the day, but it was John Buchanan who was left to carry the can at the press conference that followed another truncated day's play

Dileep Premachandran

Australia v India, 1st Test, Brisbane, 2nd day

'Individuals make decisions': Buchanan

Dec 5, 2003: Steve Waugh may have been responsible for the moment - a nightmarish one if you're an Australian fan - of the day, but it was John Buchanan who was left to carry the can at the press conference that followed another truncated day's play

Dileep Premachandran

Australia v India, 1st Test, Brisbane, 2nd day

Beer Prayers on a soggy day

Dec 5, 2003: One fan, wearing a You Indians Give Us the Runs T-shirt - it's a must-have if you're prone to racial stereotyping - grudgingly admitted that the expected walkover might not materialise, "Not like the English last summer anyway", and then consoled

Roving Reporter by Dileep Premachandran

Australia v India, 1st Test, Brisbane, 2nd day

Beer Prayers on a soggy day

Dec 5, 2003: One fan, wearing a You Indians Give Us the Runs T-shirt - it's a must-have if you're prone to racial stereotyping - grudgingly admitted that the expected walkover might not materialise, "Not like the English last summer anyway"

Roving Reporter by Dileep Premachandran

Australia v India, 1st Test, Brisbane, 2nd day

From hero to villain in 10 minutes

Dec 5, 2003: For nearly a week, Steve Waugh has obsessed sports-loving Australia

Sambit Bal in Brisbane

Australia v India, 1st Test, Brisbane, 2nd day

India rock the Gabba on a rainy day

Dec 4, 2003: India dominated a rain-interrupted day in spectacular fashion, picking up seven Australian wickets for 61 runs

The Wisden Bulletin by Anand Vasu

Australia v India, 1st Test, Brisbane, 1st day

Langer laps it up

Dec 4, 2003: For much of the day, Justin Langer played second fiddle to the batsmen at the other end, but he came into his own later in the day

S Rajesh

Australia v India, 1st Test, Brisbane, 1st day

Langer rides an Australian wave

Dec 4, 2003: Australia dominated a rain-curtailed day, as Justin Langer made an unbeaten century to take them to 262 for 2

The Wisden Bulletin by Anand Vasu
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