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Monday, March 28, 2005

Cricket: 3rd Test, 5th Day. Will India win today?

Inzamam's declaration has set up an interesting day's play. India needs 358 to win in a maximum of 90 overs on the 5th and final day of the 3rd Test match versus Pakistan in Bangalore.

Brief Scores. 3rd Test. 5th Day.
Pakistan...1st Innings...570 all out
India...1st Innings...449 all out
Pakistan...2nd Innings...261/2 declared
India...2nd Innings...87 for 1 in 24 overs

India needs 296 runs to win in 72 overs with 9 wickets in hand.

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