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This wicket doesn't help quicks like the first test, 200-250 is gettable. Trouble is openers never build upon their starts and Rahane looks like a walking wicket more often than not. Then there's the keeper/all rounder/spinner who can't be relied upon.

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Pitch is still batting friendly. For a top class team , around 225-250 should not be much to ask. Then again, this is our rockstar band, with passengers like Rahul and Rahane with some extras like Pant. I mean, how on earth Moeen gets a 5'fer on a day 2 pitch?

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39 minutes ago, Clarke said:

This wicket doesn't help quicks like the first test, 200-250 is gettable. Trouble is openers never build upon their starts and Rahane looks like a walking wicket more often than not. Then there's the keeper/all rounder/spinner who can't be relied upon.

spot on ...all depends on these 2 off colour openers who needs to put on a decent partnership of atleast 75. Pitch is not that seamer friendly  as of now. If they succeed in this India have very good chance

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1 hour ago, Vk1 said:

This game is still in the balance. Remember English batting is weak. Hope we don't allow their lower order to score again.

Sam Curran more specifically.That kiddo has single handedly screwed India this series,who would've imagined.

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England will get 400-500 here...cook and root will come in form this time.

Happened in 2011 as well similar situation and eng ran away in 3rd innings.

Our pacers will have to ball 25-25 overs that will have an effect on 5th test as well... So this innings is crucial otherwise 4-1 is inevitable

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