Cricinfo audio feature May 21, 2006

Yuvraj's golden run, and Sehwag's lean trot

Yuvraj Singh has averaged more than 55 in one-day cricket since Greg Chappell came in as coach © Getty Images

Post-match talk: West Indies v India, 2nd ODI, Jamaica

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India's winning streak of 17 chases in a row finally came to an end when Dwayne Bravo bowled Yuvraj Singh for 93, and West Indies won the second one-day international by one run. Cricinfo's Amit Varma and Anand Vasu, who wrote the bulletin for this game, discuss the match on Cricinfo Audio.

Some of the points on discussion: Yuvraj's development as a cricketer over the years; Sehwag's run of poor form; whether this game could begin a turnaround in India's turnaround; and why West Indies may be more than Brian Lara plus 10 men, but they're still not likely to do well in next year's World Cup.

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For our audio feature on India's one-day resurgence, click here. And for our first instalment of Caribbean Memories, in which Salim Durani told us about how he plotted the dismissals of Garry Sobers and Clive Lloyd in 1971, click here.

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