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Rahul Dravid makes a huge statement about India's current Test squad

DNA Thursday, 1 December 2016
Batting legend Rahul Dravid said on Thursday that a settled middle order can ensure Indian Test team's success abroad. 

"I am very impressed with the batting talent we have and they are growing, developing as a team, they still are figuring their way out. I hope by the time India tours abroad, we will have a settled batting...
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Speaking at an event in Mumbai, Dravid was highly impressed by the Indian batting talent. The batting legend said that a settled middle order can ensure Indian Test team’s success abroad.

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