Forcing a result

I love watching Australia cricket team play. Even the (otherwise slow) test matches. Mainly because of the way they try to force a result. (The only counter example is the last test during India’s previous visit to Australia, where Steve Waugh et. al. played a painfully slow fourth innings.) Despite loosing 9 wickets on the first day, the Australia team went on to score 330+ runs on the first day. That would offset any delays due to rain, etc. and will force a result. Irrespective of who wins this test and the series, I am sure this approach by Australia would present a great series ahead.

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By Raju Alluri

Blogging on my personal site since 2006, I try to cover both personal and work related events and thoughts in this blog. You can reach me on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.

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