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Ind Vs Aus

October 1, 2010 by staff 

Ind Vs Aus, After the nerves by the day and late breathing Ayodhya verdict, the entire country awoke to peace and calm in the morning.

Judgement of Allahabad High Court balanced in six decades of dispute, the country is ready for the cricket fever.

The cricket season started on Friday when India (Ind) and Australia (Australia) will face off here in Mohali in the first test series two games.

Stage for high-voltage encounter between the two best teams in Test cricket is all set.

Skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his team will fight to retain the crown at the No. 1 ranking in the ICC test.

However, the injuries are real concerns for the captain Dhoni. As roulette Harbhajn Singh is doubtful for the start of the first test due to injury to the calf.

Hrabhajan decision will be taken before the game, Dhoni said.

Opener Virender Sehwag injured his ankle during practice and was not released to the network on Thursday.

Moreover, Ricky Ponting led the Australian team proved hard to rival India. This is the first time in India as a No. 1 team will face third-seeded Australians.

Australian team is quite capable of turning the table before the Indians.

For India, Zaheer Khan will play the first international match after injury for a long time. He is the man to watch during the cricket match of five days.

Sachin Tendulkar will be the key player for India, which is responsible for crossing the 14.000 test runs. Tendulkar is just 163 runs to play the mile stone.

Tendulkar is only a couple hundred away from his half-century of Test century.

Tendulkar is in tremendous form and score a thousand runs in the last 10 test matches with an average of 81.62. Broke six tons and three half-century.

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