Teams arrive in Chennai for third ODI

Updated: 25 February 2007 09:53 IST

The Indian and South African cricket teams arrived in Chennai this afternoon for the third tie of their five-match one-day series on Tuesday.

Chennai:

The Indian and South African cricket teams arrived in Chennai this afternoon from Bangalore for the third tie of their five-match one-day series on Tuesday. However, the Indian contingent was without skipper Rahul Dravid and Harbhajan Singh who are expected to arrive later in the evening. The Indian team is likely to have net practice only on Monday afternoon, according to the team's local manager K Murali, a former international umpire. Security personnel kept mediapersons away from the players on their arrival. India levelled the series after their six-wicket win at Bangalore on Saturday. Tuesday's game would be the first ever limited overs match for South Africa at the venue. (PTI)

Topics : Cricket India
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