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Ahead of the meeting of the national selection panel, which coincides with the final day of the ongoing Irani Cup, a look at what's on offer for the selectors for the upcoming Australia series
Siddhartha Talya in Mumbai
February 9, 2013
The final day of the Irani Cup will coincide with a meeting of India's national selection panel in Mumbai to pick the squad for the Test series against Australia, starting on February 22 in Chennai. The game itself hasn't thrown up any convincing answers, despite the possibility of several openings in the side - starting with the openers, then the middle order and the bowling department. But we take a look at what's been on offer for the selectors to judge in the four days and the options they could consider.
Siddhartha Talya is a senior sub-editor at ESPNcricinfoFeeds: Siddhartha Talya
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