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2019 Cricket World Cup: India vs West Indies preview - Our plans are in place, says India's bowling coach Bharat Arun

Hindu Wednesday, 26 June 2019 ()
‘When batsmen like Chris Gayle or Carlos Brathwaite come after you, there is a chance in it for the bowlers’
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Amid row concerning colour of Indian Cricket Team's New Jersey, India bowling Coach Bharat Arun said that their focus is not the colour. We Bleed blue and blue is going to be predominantly the colour of Team India and that's it. Actually, India is likely to wear Orange Jersey rather their traditional...

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