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World Cup: India's resilience set to be tested

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 25 June 2019 ()
At about the halfway stage, India are well placed for a semifinal spot. But a busy, and potentially rocky, period is coming up for the Men in Blue. The four remaining games will throw different challenges at India but first they have to take care of West Indies. Other than being a test of skill, it's also an examination of endurance and lasting power.
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