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Sat 28 Apr 2012
00:05:00
Highlights of the fifth day of the third test between the West Indies and Australia from Windsor Park, Dominica

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Should the Proteas play two front-line spinners when the occasion warrants, or is JP Duminy good enough to fill the 2nd spinner's boots?
Two spinners with JP as 3rd option
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JP shouldn't bowl