I've been anticipating this series for awhile now and all I hope is we get a good well fought battle from both sides. Hopefully it will be close and can live up to and maybe even surpass the current SA v Aus series in terms of entertainment.
I too hope its a decent series (not a one-sided one like last time).
I do too, not least because if it is one-sided it won't be in favour of England this time. I have just been reading the latest article on ESPN and apparently since England last one a series 28 years ago we have only won one test on Indian soil.
Abhinav S wrote:
I don't want to predict the series result this time though.
I know what you mean, I nearly went 2-1 England, but fear it is more likely to be 3-0 India.
As we belong to IT and software field, we are always busy with our daily lives.
There is a very nice act performed by my colleagues on the occasion of 13th anniversary of my company Mindfire Solutions[^] explaining how actually our life goes on with time.
Take a look at the video This is software life[^] and after that you will feel as if the story is about your life.
You will enjoy a lot as there is comedy, drama and dance.
Freddie Flintoff[^] has switched Sports and is now preparing for his first fight as a Heaveyweight Boxer at the end of the month. I for one am looking forward to following his new career with interest.
He is actually one of a select few All rounders who have managed 2000 runs and 200 wickets.[^]. I found this surprising when I saw this stat when the commentators were discussing Kallis at the weekend.