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Now it gets interesting

Mar 18, 2011: Halfway through the World Cup the teams are in the same position as when they started out. But things will change from here on in

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Spin is in

Mar 11, 2011: The World Cup pitches are going to get slower and lower as summer sneaks in. Dhoni will need a regular spinner to bowl in the Powerplays

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Give bowlers a chance

Mar 4, 2011: Pitches in the World Cup have not exactly been sporting. Bowlers have been marginalised - and no team exemplifies this better than India

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Good things come to those who wait

Feb 25, 2011: Teams seem to be going back to the strategy of keeping wickets in hand to make a big splash at the end

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Don't fear defeat

Feb 18, 2011: The first match of the World Cup, between India and Bangladesh, is a chance for the teams to make a statement and establish their course for the tournament

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Do players get injured because of too much cricket?

Feb 11, 2011: As the list of casualties gets longer before the World Cup, the question is on everyone's mind. But perhaps we are just trying to link two separate facts

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Attack first or later?

Feb 4, 2011: What will be the batting approach in the World Cup? Will teams bank on aggressive openers or will they preserve wickets and cash in during the batting Powerplay?

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One-day cricket's acid test

Jan 28, 2011: Will the context in which a World Cup is played bring in viewers to this beleaguered format or will the interest be skewed towards established rivalries?

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Be prepared for a batsman's World Cup

Jan 21, 2011: Though spin selections have been making news, it's likely the flat wickets and the possible winter dew will reduce the role of slow bowlers in the tournament

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Decoding the auction

Jan 14, 2011: Some of the buys and omissions may have looked puzzling at the time, but there were solid enough reasons

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Kallis is the Sobers of his generation

Jan 7, 2011: Before you pop a vein in outrage, consider the similarity in their numbers

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All well at the top of the table?

Dec 31, 2010: Test cricket is doing fine, going by the fortunes of the top teams, but that's not enough

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India have let themselves down

Dec 24, 2010: By not preparing well enough for South Africa and by not acknowledging Dravid's landmark as much as they should have

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My Centurion selection

Dec 17, 2010: Nine years after picking three tips for the future, Harsha Bhogle examines their progress - and picks three more

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Attack is India's best defence

Dec 10, 2010: To beat their old nemeses, South Africa and bounce, and to assert their hold on the No. 1 spot, India must play with a positive mindset. England's Adelaide win could give them clues

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Kohli brings versatility to India

Dec 3, 2010: He can bat high or low. If the selectors could pick the World Cup 15 today, there are question marks only against the second spinner, fourth seamer and eighth batsman

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Harbhajan needs to find himself afresh

Nov 26, 2010: He could do worse than look at how Anil Kumble reinvented himself in the second half of his career

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A draw will be a loss

Nov 19, 2010: Sometimes a stalemate can mean more than the scoreline implies. For India it will be a question mark against their No. 1 status

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Can Hyderabad produce a good pitch?

Nov 12, 2010: Fourteen months ago the Uppal stadium laid out sporting tracks for the Champions League. Can it do the same for its first Test?

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A second wind for Dravid?

Nov 5, 2010: Watching his innings of two halves in Ahmedabad prompted the question: is Dravid too aware of his own mortality?

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