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ICC Cricket World Cup: Why India should not take West Indies lightly

Zee News Monday, 24 June 2019
West Indies have been rather unpredictable in their matches in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 with a dominant performance against Pakistan, tough fight against Australia, Bangladesh and New Zealand, and abject surrender against England.
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