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India end 2008 with another series win
Gautam Gambhir missed out on a second consecutive hundred as the second Test ended in a tame draw.
Numbers to Note: 2nd Test, Day 5
Dhoni defends delayed declaration
Scorecard: India vs England, 2nd Test, Mohali

Why is a Test match called test?
Yuvraj ridicules Kevin Pietersen
It will be difficult for England: Flintoff
Spotted: Dravid and Uthappa in Bangalore
I'm not bowling at my best, admits Harbhajan
Pietersen fumes over leg before decision
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Spotted: Dravid and Uthappa in Bangalore
Dhoni strokes style and substance

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SCHEDULE:
DateStart timeMatchVenue
Nov 140900 ISTFirst ODIRajkot
Nov 170900 ISTSecond ODIIndore
Nov 200900 ISTThird ODIKanpur
Nov 231400 ISTFourth ODI (D/N)Bangalore
Nov 261430 ISTFifth ODI (D/N)Cuttack
Nov 29Called offSixth ODIGuwahati
Dec 2Called offSeventh ODI (D/N)Delhi
Dec 11-150930 ISTFirst TestChennai
Dec 19-230930 ISTSecond TestMohali
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Sourav Ganguly in Hyderabad
Dhoni with his body double
Azharuddin at the JW Marriott
Mahendra Singh Dhoni in Delhi
Javagal Srinath in Kuala Lumpur
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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 still fourth
Even a resounding 5-0 win against England at home has not helped India climb in the Rediff ODI rankings.



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QUOTE HANGER

When I got up in the morning, I read the paper, and I said 'what does this [pie-chucker] mean?' So I asked a few people there what it meant, and they said it meant useless kind of bowler. It shows KP hates getting out to me. Well, a useless bowler getting him out many times would be because of useless batting, I would say. But that's okay.

He is a phenomenal player and batted like a champion. He has got 15 hundreds in 40-odd matches and that is phenomenal. But he tried to get under my skin in the last game and that brought out the best in me. I tried the same and it brought out the best in him. So it's good competition in the field.

Yuvraj Singh on his verbal clashes with England captain Kevin Pietersen.


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