Ganguly favours wait-and-watch policy

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:04 IST

Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly today said the team will adopt a "wait and watch" policy in taking a decision on the playing eleven for the third Test.

Ganguly favours wait-and-watch policy
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Lahore: Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly today said the team will adopt a "wait and watch" policy in taking a decision on the playing eleven for the third Test starting in Rawalpindi on April 13. A lot of talk has centred around the possible Indian line up after Yuvraj Singh, Ganguly's replacement for the first two matches, hit a century and a half-century in the three innings he has played so far. But Ganguly sought to put the debate to an end saying the final XI for the third Test would be chosen according to the situation. "We will go and see there what we should do. Yuvraj is a good player and good for the team. But we will decide the combination before the Rawalpindi Test seeing the wickets and other things," Ganguly said. The Indian captain had recently said in an interview to a TV channel that Yuvraj was a certainty for the third Test. (PTI)
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