Those that tried but failed, that came but did not conquer in IPL 7. Batsmen who struggled to score runs, bowlers who struggled to take wickets and some that struggled to do both.
I don't suggest any major change in his bowling. But a few things in his bowling have to be adjusted to make him a better bowler,"
Propelled by Rawat's unbeaten 105 in an undefeated 191-run partnership with Arindam Ghosh (78 batting) Railways ended day two at 233/5, trailing Bengal by only 84 runs with five wickets in hand.
The four discarded Bengal players are Subhomoy Das, Anustup Manjumdar, Rohan Banerjee and Manojit Ghosh.
In one of the most ill-tempered domestic matches of recent times, Bengal and Railway players set a poor example of an on and off-field behaviour with the two umpires hardly being able to control the proceedings during the last two days of their Ranji Trophy encounter.
Random musings after watching India crash to their worst ever defeat at Eden Gardens.
Apart from the inevitable inclusion of Ashok Dinda for the injured Umesh Yadav, the Indian cricket team for the next two Tests against England remains unchanged.
The 24-year-old Sharma, who needed surgery on his ankle earlier this year, missed Tuesday's practice but is expected to be fit in time for the first test against England.
Ganguly also said that no player in the country was more deserving than Tiwary and Dinda to be picked for the England series.
Pacer Ashok Dinda struck when it mattered the most as India 'A' drew the two-match Twenty20 series against the West Indies 'A' by winning the second and final game in the one-over eliminator.
The former India captain says that his sources have confirmed that Dinda will fly to Australia since Ishant is recovering from injury in his left ankle.
Haryana now have eight points from four matches while Bengal are on five points from three matches and are languishing at the bottom of the group league table.