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'One of the few times we've had to come from behind' - Bob Carter

New Zealand's batting coach, Bob Carter, if the team continues their fight and leaves India to chase down in excess of 200, the visitors would be troubled

February 16, 2014

Posted by wapuser on (February 17, 2014, 8:52 GMT)

Can somebody please remind me which side in this contest is the 'B' team ?

Posted by Jimmyvida on (February 16, 2014, 14:24 GMT)

Expect Mc Callum to score another double. This may be his only chance. As Pujara says the fielding is fantastic. That's why this is your chance. Give India 150 and they would be in all sorts of trouble.

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