Saturday, November 22, 2008

Bangalore Pitch set to be a beauty

India's batsmen have plundered runs galore in the first three one-dayers against England, and, with the action moving to the M Chinnaswamy Stadium Bangalore, MS Dhoni's men are being assured that they can expect to score highly again as they look to make it four wins out of four.

"It's a sporting wicket, and should assist the batsmen more than the bowlers,' Bangalore curator Narayan Raju has revealed.

"The ball will come on to the bat nicely although the first session might help the bowlers," he added.

Raju's revelations will not please the tourists who are desperate for a win after losing by 156 runs in Rajkot, 54 runs in Indore and 16 runs (D/L method) in Rajkot last Thursday.

The day-night match is expected to attract a sell-out crowd.

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