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Test cricket is surely winning, can Team India?

What a day of cricket!

14 wickets fell on the day; in all 247 runs were score by the opposing teams and promising to deliver a result on the fifth and final day of a Test Match.

What else can prove that Test cricket continues as the most chilling format of cricket, with the viewers remain in a suspended state of suspense over 5 days?

What a day of cricket!

14 wickets fell on the day; in all 247 runs were score by the opposing teams and promising to deliver a result on the fifth and final day of a Test Match.

What else can prove that Test cricket continues as the most chilling format of cricket, with the viewers remain in a suspended state of suspense over 5 days?

The dwindling fortunes for both team started when Michael Hussey was unfortunate to be given leg before to a seemingly “outside the leg stump delivery” from Harbhajan. Hussey perhaps was livid on his way back, but he mush have shook all those upsetting thoughts when he held Virendra Sehwag’s unnecessarily nudged shot over his shoulders to put India into deep trouble.

India already gained the advantage – perhaps was a winning one – when Ishant, coming back from injury, bowled with fire; Zaheer in his usual demolition mood and spinners Harbhajan and Pragyan skittled out Australia for a paltry 192, giving India 216 to win the Test.

The positive mood in the Indian camp, however, vanished by the end of day’s play, as the top four batsmen returned to the pavilion with only 55 on board.

However, Sachin is still hanging on there, so is hope.

Dhoni is yet to come, so there is hope.

Harbhajan can swing the bat like he does much often for Mumbai Indians in the T20s, so there is hope.

Laxman is still nursing the back injury. If Anil “Jumbo” Kumble could do for India with a fractured jaw in the West Indies, can’t Laxman do it this time against the Aussies?

Hope is what keeping India alive and positive. As India bounced back after the criticism to enthral the world with a spectacular Commonwealth Games opening ceremony and subsequently good all round performances on the first day of the Games, can the cricket Team bounce back on Day 5?

Time will tell, as we wait with baited breathe. I am waiting for Team India's victory. But one thing is for sure, whoever loses, Test cricket will be the winner tomorrow.

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yES Laxman has done it!!!Thala VVS ROX!!!
maddydravid on 06 Oct 2010, 01:08 AM
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