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Cullinan: Pace at Wanderers will be intimidating

Former South Africa batsman Daryll Cullinan looks ahead to the first Test between South Africa and India

Producer: Suketu Mehta

December 17, 2013


Posted by   on (December 18, 2013, 14:20 GMT)

Cullinan said he has doubt in Kohli's technique, but I doubt in his talent.

Posted by   on (December 18, 2013, 8:05 GMT)

So india deciding to bat first .... how fair is it ?

Posted by gopal_0707 on (December 18, 2013, 7:37 GMT)

ali_eorse you have bad day just watch indian how they play . because of this over confidence your south African team never won a ICC series .

Posted by   on (December 18, 2013, 6:03 GMT)

in cricket it is never over till it is. after handing down to india a drubbing at Mumbai in 2001, australians, having won 16 straight tests were already talking about 19th test win in england in the next ashes on their schedule in englandt two test wins in india assumed to be done over as a matter opf fact. india's follow on in Calcutta in second test after 274 runs deficit reinforced that view. and then what happened is known to all. india won the series 2-1. i do not say india can do that again but writing off india disdainfully may backfire. i hope it does.

Posted by   on (December 18, 2013, 5:59 GMT)

do not think like that . Anything can happen in cricket

Posted by Aa_choo on (December 18, 2013, 5:58 GMT)

@ Ali: Enlighten me, what does your being a Bangladeshi and living in Detroit have to do with your comment?

Posted by wapuser on (December 18, 2013, 5:54 GMT)

Dont underestimate indian team lead by MSD.and experiensed zaheer came to indian side.

Posted by Ali_Eorse on (December 18, 2013, 0:08 GMT)

As a Bangladeshi living in Detroit, I can say that India needs to look at the Ashes to konw the results. England lost 0-3 to AUS. The defeat that India will face in SA will be just like that: 0-2. Dale Steyn is like Mitchell Johnson, only he has a better supporting cast: Morkel. Plus, SA has Amla, the world's best batsman. India: It is over.

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