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Curator forecasts run rain at 'batting paradise' in Faridabad

Written by: Staff

Faridabad, Mar 29 (UNI) The series opener in Delhi was a low scoring event but going by curator and former India stumper Vijay Yadav, the smile will be back on the strokemaker's face when the second India-England ODI starts here on Friday.

''No I am not claiming that you would see another Wanderers here in Faridabad but you would see more runs for sure than Delhi.'' ''I guess 270-280 should not be a problem here and even it would be quite chasable,'' he said.

Meanwhile, the 22-yard strip sports a bald look with cracks on either ends.

BCCI pitch committee member Daljit Singh is monitoring last minute preparations and busy giving the final touch.

Indian team will practice here tomorrow while the England side will have their net sessions at Ferozeshah Kotla only.


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