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June 4, 2006
India fought their way back in the Antigua Test, reaching 215 for 2 at the end of third day's play, 85 ahead. Wasim Jaffer led the way with 113 not out, and while S Rajesh, who wrote the bulletin for the Test, felt Jaffer showed fantastic application, he thought that some technical flaws still remain in Jaffer's game.
Rajesh discussed that, and more, with Amit Varma. Listen in - and also find out why Rajesh isn't shaving these days.
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