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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Dravid wants Team India to put better show than 2006

Former captain, Rahul Dravid, expects the Indian cricket team to come up with even better performance in the upcoming West Indies tour than the one they demonstrated in 2006.

During India’s tour to West Indies in 2006, the team, under the superb captaincy of Dravid, made a mark in history by winning a Test series on West Indian soil after the long period of 35 years.
Dravid led his side to a triumph in the four-match series and become the only second Indian captain to have won Test series in Caribbean after Ajit Wadekar.

"We won the series there last time around but I hope we will do better this time," Dravid said.
However, the stylish batsman admitted that the Windies will not prove to be an easy opposition in their home conditions.
The former skipper added, "If the West Indies play their full strength side, they will be a tough team to beat. But it will be interesting to see if they have their full side."  
Dravid, widely known as ‘The Wall’, has served his country in 150 Tests in which he scored over 12000 runs at a fabulous average of 52.44.


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