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Sun 09 Dec 2012
Highlights of the fifth day of the third test between India and England from Eden Gardens, Kolkata.

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Faf du Plessis
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Sports Poll

The studio panel discusses the Nagpur pitch and the SA batting performance, saying that the game of cricket has been done a disservice by the pitches in India on this tour. Do you agree?