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'Aussies were busy writing books, while we prepared'
Harbhajan Singh discloses the secret of his success against Australia. Also he reveals that the departures of Anil Kumble and Sourav Ganguly mean a lot to him, as both were his closest friends, and mentors too.

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Anil Kumble 619 wickets and done
Tendulkar Test's best


SCHEDULE:
DateStart timeMatchVenue
Oct 2-50930 ISTPractice matchHyderabad
Oct 9-130930 ISTFirst Test | ScorecardBangalore
Oct 17-210930 ISTSecond Test | ScorecardMohali
Oct 29-Nov 20930 ISTThird Test | ScorecardDelhi
Nov 6-100930 ISTFourth Test | ScorecardNagpur
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Rediff Test rankings
India zoom to second place
India are now the second best team playing Test cricket. Australia, in spite of the 2-0 away loss to India, continue to be the overwhelming leader in the Rediff Test Rankings.
Rediff ODI rankings
India inching up
England have climbed to the fifth place with Kevin Pietersen starting very well as captain, and Andrew Flintoff firing on all cylinders since his comeback.



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QUOTE HANGER

'I have had my time. There is a time for everyone to leave and this is my time to leave. I'm happy with the way things have gone. I had a good series and we have beaten the best team in the world 2-0.

I had questions over my abilities right through my career but I am happy that I was able to overcome them on the basis of my ability and toughness.'

Sourav Ganguly after playing his final Test match.


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