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Sight Screen

Thursday, January 12, 2006

Gulu Ezekiel looks at the Indo-Pak series and finds the keen edge missing.
It is a double-edged sword. The more India and Pakistan face each other on a cricket pitch, the more it appears like just another contest. This is good for the game as the lower the tension levels, the better the quality of play.
On the other hand, the alarming frequency — this is the third series in two years — also means the novelty value of Indo/Pak cricket is being lost.

Could explain why the stands are less than half full.


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