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May 29, 2006
West Indies underlined what an improved team they are by winning the fifth one-day international against India, thus winning the series 4-1. Cricinfo's Amit Varma chats with Anand Vasu, who did ball-by-ball commentary for this game, on how West Indies's gambles are paying off.
They also talk about Greg Chappell's rhetoric of `process', and discuss if the process is unravelling. They then move on to what Virender Sehwag is now doing right after months of undistinguished performance. Listen in!
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