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    July 26, 2004
     

    Cricket news:

    Asia Cup - The Indian camp could be feeling quite happy because Murali will definitely not play tomorrow in what is a make-or-break game for them. The folks at ESPN Star sure are messing up bigtime with the coverage of the Asia Cup. Its getting worse than SET Max! Bob Woolmer ko gussa kyon aata hai? He doesn't like the bonus points system which allowed India to get a point out of yesterday's game in spite of a 59 run defeat. Meanwhile, star Indian opener Virender Sehwag claims that he had already made a 200 in the Indian team's nets session. Mohammed Azharuddin is determined to continue with his commentary career.

    England v West Indies - Ladies and Gentlemen, please be aware that it is now confirmed that test cricket officially sucks. Brian Lara's prolonged stay at the crease after he'd been given out hasnt gone down too well with Mike Brearley.

    Australia - Yawn! Ponting makes a century. As if tormenting India wasnt enough, he now plays for Somerset.

    India - India and Pakistan will square off next year in a test series. Cmon chaps, either its too little or too much! Pranab Mukherjee had one drink too many and went on to mouth platitudes on secularism in the context of the Indian team. Could the search for an alternate wicket-keeper batsman be over?

    Misc - Amit Varma evidently sees the need for another cricket blog. We hope you wont go to his site, because we're sure he is a great fan of Ashley Giles! Whats it with left arm quicks and injuries? The full text of Clive Lloyd's lecture at Lord's last week.

    Rambled @ 7:20 PM

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