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Is this why India lost the Cape Town Test?

Is this why India lost the Cape Town Test?
'The margin of defeat was 70 runs.''If they had included one extra batsman and if he had made 60, 70 runs, the result could have been different.' IMAGE: K L Rahul, Ishant Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane and Umesh Yadav at a training session. Photograph: Sumaya Hisham/Reuters It's do-or-die for India as they take on South Africa in the second Test in Pretoria on Saturday, January 13. Outclassed by 72 runs in the Cape Town Test, the Indians will need to get back to their winning ways to ...
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