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June 14, 2006
For the second Test in a row, India failed to pull off a win against West Indies, thwarted by Brian Lara and rain. Amit Varma and Anand Vasu who wrote the bulletin for this match discuss how Lara, despite his age, remains at peak fitness as a batsman, and how few batsmen have played Indian spinners, especially Anil Kumble, as well as Shivnarine Chanderpaul, who averages 80 against India.
They also talk about India's bowling attack, and how Irfan Pathan and VRV Singh were the weak links in a side where everyone else was excellent. Listen in.
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