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June 23, 2006
The St Kitts Test may be headed for a dull draw, but the advantage of run-heavy Tests like this is that they give out-of-touch batsmen a chance to spend some time in the middle and gain some confidence. Daren Ganga took full advantage of that with a patient century, and Amit Varma and Anand Vasu discuss Ganga's journey, and Brian Lara's advice to him.
Varma and Vasu also discuss how, on his 26th birthday, Ramnaresh Sarwan might just have taken an important step towards realising his potential. They also chat about the Indian bowling, and how it fought back by changing the pace of the game.
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