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They got Brathwaite but India couldn't get Chanderpaul out. West Indies are 256-5, and if not for him, it would have been a lot worse. India's sloppy bowling in the evening also eased West Indies' scoring after their slow start. Ojha and Ashwin have all five wickets, but they need to run through the tail quickly. India have to bat fourth, and given how the wicket has played, they need to stop the visitors from running away with the momentum.
4.00 pm - India's old foe has done it again. Chanderpaul has completed his seventh hundred against his favourite opponents. Given the conditions, the slow nature of the wicket and the troublesome spot West Indies were in, this is a top-class hundred.
On a day, everyone else has struggled to get the ball off the square, Chanderpaul has needed just 144 balls toRead More »from Day 1 at the Kotla