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A Question of Answers

February 03, 2003 17:33 IST

The World Cup is here, almost. And across the country -- and among the diaspora -- the debate is hotting up.

Who should open, who should not? Is batting first India's strength, or should it chase?

Does the team play two spinners, one, or none? Should Parthiv Patel's golden gloves complement our bowling effort, or should the team trust to Rahul Dravid's 'goal-keeping' with the gloves, for the benefit of an extra batsman?

Everyone has a question. We don't have the answers -- but we sure as heck have suggestions; and edgy, in your face opinions.

Mail in your questions to Prem Panicker, at the email address below... and tune in to Rediff Radio, every day, to hear the answers.

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Sub: Going with strength is advisable

No doubt India's strength is batting, so batting former and giving the stiff target latter is prudent. Unless the pitches are loyal to spin bowlers, ...


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