Cricinfo audio: 4th day analysis June 5, 2006

The big-innings man, and indecisive umpires

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Unlike many of Virender Sehwag's previous opening partners, Wasim Jaffer has the temperament for the big innings © Getty Images

Amit Varma and S Rajesh discuss the fourth day of the Antigua Test
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The Antigua Test is now open to all four results: West Indies, set 392 to win, reached 13 for no loss at the end of the fourth day. Amit Varma and S Rajesh, who wrote the bulletin for the match, discuss the day's play: the indecisive umpiring of Asad Rauf, the big-innings temperament of Wasim Jaffer and India's tactics in the second half of the day. They also look ahead to the fifth day, and while Amit picks Chris Gayle and Anil Kumble as the two men who could make decisive contributions, Rajesh thinks West Indies should punt with sending Dwayne Bravo up the order.

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