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'England are ready for India' - Boycott

Geoff Boycott says that the England team looks in good form but for Andrew Strauss, and if it wasn't for the rain they could have beaten Sri Lanka 3-0 (00:00)

June 20, 2011

Posted by GladiatorXI on (June 21, 2011, 2:14 GMT)

With India coming in it wont be 1-0 in favour of England Rather it would be 2-0 in favor of India. Tremlett+Anderson+Broad will find it difficult Law of averages will catch up with cook and to some extent to Sachin Zaheer, Trott, Bell, Sehwag and Gambhir will shine Peteson will play one good innings. Dhoni and Laxman will save a close match

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