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Ind-NZ clash postponed: Break would help India, says Monty Panesar

Business Standard – After India’s World Cup semi-final clash against New Zealand was moved to the reserve day due to rain at Old Trafford on Tuesday, England spinner Monty Panesar opined that the break would benefit India.

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  • After India’s World Cup semi-final clash against New Zealand was moved to the reserve day due to rain at Old Trafford on Tuesday, England spinner Monty Panesar opined that the break would benefit India.
  • Anything below that, I think India can comfortably chase the target down,” he said.
  • Panesar also said India should play measurable cricket and avoid risky shots.
  • “I think it really depends on the weather condition, if there is a lot of rain around tomorrow morning then possibly it could favour New Zealand bowlers.
  • If India plays measurable cricket, assess the conditions tomorrow, they do not need to play any high-risk shots,” he asserted.


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