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Moonda: 'No surprise on Newlands' omission'

Firdose Moonda and Sharda Ugra join Raunak Kapoor to discuss the itinerary of India's tour to South Africa

October 30, 2013

Posted by Kaballas on (October 31, 2013, 10:39 GMT)

Ok ok that was a joke. hope it is a good series though. Pity about the shortened tour.

Posted by Kaballas on (October 31, 2013, 10:15 GMT)

The two tests are now at 2 venues which favour India the most. Durban should see a draw in view of the bad light that always plays a role and means 70 over days....

South Africa will comprehensively beat India at the Wanderers. South Africa have real firepower in Steyn and Morkel and the Indian bowlers are all similar medium paced with no variation. Indian Batsmen cant bat on hard fast wickets and this will tell - nothing have changed. Zimbabwe bowlers and SA A bowlers are not the same as the national side Mr Dhawan & Kohli.

As for the one day series this will really be close and competitive. Expect India to win at least one of the three games if they play really well and have luck on there side.

Posted by   on (October 31, 2013, 7:23 GMT)

slow down mate- you speak too fast.

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