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World Cup 2019: India vs New Zealand was 'Nothing'ham

Mid-Day Friday, 14 June 2019
World Cup 2019: India vs New Zealand was 'Nothing'ham*Nottingham:* India will go into their high-voltage Pakistan match on Sunday without having played any cricket for six days, after their World Cup fixture against New Zealand was washed out at Trent Bridge here yesterday.

*Not enough practice too*
The Indians have managed to have just one batting session since their win over...
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