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June 24, 2006
Just when you'd have expected West Indies to accelerate and head for a declaration, they slowed down bizarrely, making 20 runs in 14 overs. Amit Varma and Anand Vasu discuss the possible causes for this, as well as what sets Wasim Jaffer apart from Virender Sehwag's previous opening partners, and why VVS Laxman was so circumspect today. Listen in!
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