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First one-day international

India v South Africa

Mar 12, 2008: A review of The Future Cup in Ireland 2007, first one-day international

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India v South Africa, 1st ODI, Belfast

Tendulkar tops the 90s list

Jun 27, 2007: Stats highlights from the first match of the Future Cup between India and South Africa

S Rajesh and HR Gopalakrishna

India v South Africa, Future Cup, Belfast

India's illness worries pose selection problems

Jun 27, 2007: The flu virus that has affected more than half of the India squad is continuing to leave them with some difficult selection issues as they prepare for the second one-dayer against South Africa in Belfast on Friday

PTI

India v South Africa, 1st ODI, Belfast

Kallis impressed by team's calmness

Jun 26, 2007: Jacques Kallis, the South Africa captain, was proud of the way his side came through a testing run chase against India at Stormont

Andrew McGlashan at Stormont

The master was impressive but the old domination was lacking

Time takes its toll on Tendulkar

Jun 26, 2007: Whereas the Tendulkar of old would have tried to impose himself, here he seemed almost passive

Andrew McGlashan in Belfast

India v South Africa, 1st ODI, Belfast

Kallis shepherds South Africa to victory

Jun 26, 2007: A characteristic half-century from Jacques Kallis ensured that South Africa overcame some spin-related jitters, scrapping to an 4-wicket win in the opening game of the Future Cup on a breezy day at Belfast

The Bulletin by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Indian team laid low by illness

Arjun Yadav asked to join team

Jun 26, 2007: At least eight of the playing squad were feeling under the weather with Sreesanth, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Ramesh Powar, RP Singh and Ajit Agarkar the worst hit

ESPNcricinfo staff

India v South Africa, 1st ODI, Belfast

Indian squad struck by illness

Jun 25, 2007: India were plunged into trouble as a virus ran through their camp leaving them desperately short of fit players ahead of the opening match

Andrew McGlashan in Stormont
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