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Should Australia retain Zampa for 2nd ODI?
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Should Australia retain Zampa for 2nd ODI?

Should the Aussies bring in Agar for Zampa and bench Cartwright?Norma Godinho mulls over Steve Smith's options.  IMAGE: Steve Smith may retain Adam Zampa for the 2nd ODI in Kolkata. Photograph: Clive Rose/Getty Images Getting team combinations right after going a match down in the opening game of a series can be a tough call for any side. Australia dominated the early part of the first ODI in Chennai taking 5 quick Indian wickets for 87 runs before Hardik Pandya and M S Dhoni launched ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Should Australia play two spinners?

The Australian squad is packed with all-rounders, points out Norma Godinho, but should the Aussies pick both spinners, Ashton Agar and Adam Zampa, for the 1st ODI? IMAGE: Australian Captain Steve Smith at a nets session. Photograph: Daniel Carson/Getty Images Australia make their second visit to India in 2017, this time to play an ODI and T20 series, which begins in Chennai on Sunday, September 17. Should India include Shami, Umesh for Game 1? SELECT the Indian team! While the Aussies lost ...
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Select your XI: Should Australia bring back Faulkner and Zampa?

Australia will want to steer clear of another defeat at the hands of India when the teams lock horns in the 4th ODI in Bengaluru, so it will only be prudent if they bring in Faulkner for the faltering Richardson and give Agar the boot, says Norma Godinho.  IMAGE: James Faulkner is a useful all-rounder who can turn matches, particularly with his lusty batting. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images. Australia may have lost the series but still have a chance to shave off the margin of ...
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Abhinav Bindra on how India can win 30, 40 medals

'10,000 athletes compete at an Olympic Games, only 300 go back with a gold medal.''It takes time for an athlete to develop, you have to give the athletes a chance and time to develop.'   IMAGE: 'For us to develop as a sporting nation, we can't reach our aspirations if stop-gap solutions is our model,' says Olympic gold medalist Abhinav Bindra. Photograph: Norma Godinho/Rediff.com Abhinav Bindra, the only Indian to win a solo gold medal, says lack of a sporting culture is hurting India's ...
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