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Match 15, India v West Indies

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India's quandary in the Champions Trophy

Getting the team selection all wrong

Oct 28, 2006: India's decision to play four medium pacers in the match against West Indies was a strange one. Playing four medium pacers in Indian conditions is a luxury even a Maharaja in his pomp would turn a blind eye to

Ravi Shastri

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Lara spurred on by Chappell comment - again

Oct 26, 2006: Brian Lara once again cited Greg Chappell's comments - that West Indies' poor run of form had made it difficult for them to win close games - as the spur for a thrilling three-wicket triumph at the Motera Stadium

Dileep Premachandran at Ahmedabad

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Margin of result flattered us - Dravid

Oct 26, 2006: Rahul Dravid was candid enough to admit that the closeness of the result - West Indies won by three wickets with two balls to spare - flattered his team

Anand Vasu at Ahmedabad

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Sarwan's favourite opposition, and stingy Harbhajan

Oct 26, 2006: Cricinfo lists some of the statistical highlights of the match between India and West Indies

S Rajesh

India v West Indies, 15th match, Champions Trophy

Cosy in their comfort zones

Oct 26, 2006: The litany of woe started right at the top with Virender Sehwag. What does it say of a man that he keeps getting out the same way time after time?

The Verdict by Dileep Premachandran at Ahmedabad

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'The first hero was my Dad' - Taylor

Oct 26, 2006: Cricinfo catches up with Jerome Taylor one of the inheritors of a matchless pace-bowling legacy

Dileep Premachandran at Ahmedabad

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Windies prevail in tense finish

Oct 26, 2006: West Indies sealed a semi-final spot by the skin of their teeth, making what should have been a walk in the park an incredibly tight finish, reaching their target of 224 with 3 wickets in hand and only two balls to spare

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu at Ahmedabad

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Lara's fitness remains the buzz

Oct 25, 2006: While Brian Lara would not totally rule himself out of tomorrow's match against India, the manner in which he spoke about his back spasms and the recovery process since the last match against Australia suggested that he was all but out of contention

Preview by Anand Vasu in Ahmedabad

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I try not to confuse captaincy and batting - Dravid

Oct 25, 2006: Rahul Dravid believes the peices are falling into place for India. He reckons that it's just a question of a few more players getting back into the kind of groove they can

Anand Vasu in Ahmedabad

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Top order blues and to spin or not to spin?

Oct 25, 2006: Rahul Dravid's got a bit of a job on his hands even before India's crucial match against West Indies gets under way - getting the right combination on the park

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