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    July 29, 2004

    Cricket news:

    Asia Cup: The Indian team is trying its level best to get VVS Laxman fit for the final. Ganguly is totally over the moon at what happened a couple of days back against Sri Lanka. Pakistan great Javed Miandad feels that Ganguly was quite lucky. Bob Woolmer though continues to talk rubbish about the bonus points system but Mum-and-dad is quick to point out that Pakistan shouldnt blame the bonus points system. Harsha Bhogle wonders about what Ganguly's ideal batting slot is. Sunil Gavaskar is really looking forward to Sunday's final. Is it fair to assess Sehwag's batting in terms of just averages?. Bhajji though is acting like a real surd, he declares to the world that he has found Jayasuriya's Achilles heel.

    England v West Indies: Hoggard is totally sure that England will win at Edgbaston. Trescothick mouths platitudes about everyone who contributed to the Lord's win, including the bartenders. Lance Gibbs is confident that WI cricket will turn around soon while Ian Bishop is rightly critical of the excuses offered by the West Indian management. Oh, and did you know who is the only test opener who has never been dismissed?

    New Zealand: John Bracewell gets his arithmetic wrong when he claims that NZ tried to score far too quickly during the England tests. Shane Bond's career is under a cloud again as there is confirmation of him suffering another stress fracture.

    Misc: Former Kenya captain Maurice Odumbe is in a spot of bother as allegations of nexus with bookies come to the fore. A childhood friend of Ramnaresh Sarwan will be playing for USA at the ICC Champions Trophy in England.

    Rambled @ 7:29 PM

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