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Sun 16 Dec 2012
Highlights of the fourth day of the fourth test between India and England from Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Jamtha, Nagpur

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Kepler Wessels
Don't blame the pitch Proteas
Ideally a test pitch should offer something for the quicker bowlers on day one.

Neil - An Indian Summer
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Haze's Comment
Day-night test cricket is here!
People resist change. It is far easier to continue as things are than to venture into the unknown.

Faf du Plessis
Proteas will have to step it up
I’m writing this just hours after our first training session in Nagpur ahead of the third test...

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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?