Reid to coach Indian bowlers in England

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:09 IST

Former Australian pacer Bruce Reid will once again train the Indian bowlers ahead of the NatWest Challenge series against England.

Reid to coach Indian bowlers in England

London :

Former Australian pacer Bruce Reid will once again train the Indian bowlers ahead of the NatWest Challenge series against England. He will also be training the team for a brief period before the next month's ICC Champions Trophy. Reid commenced his stint with the Indian team with the first practice session at Trent Bridge in Nottingham yesterday and would continue to assist them today and tomorrow. The 41-year old Aussie would rejoin the team in England after India's opening match in the Champions Trophy against Kenya on Sep 11. He would assist them till the second tie against Pakistan on Sep 19. The former left arm seamer, with 113 wickets at 24.63 from 27 Tests, had earlier been a consultant coach for Sourav Ganguly's men on their tour of Australia last season. India play England in three one-dayers on Sep 1 (at Trent Bridge), on Sep 3 (The Oval) and on Sep 5 (Lord's) before the Champions Trophy that begins on Sep 10. The 12 teams, including the 10 Test playing nations, Kenya and the US, are split into four groups of three with the top team from each progressing to the semifinals on Sep 21 and 22. The final is slated for Sep 25. (PTI)

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