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Agarkar: Will be surprised if India don't enforce follow-on



Ajit Agarkar talks about what to expect on day four in Pune, SA’s batting woes and R Ashwin’s bowling strengths

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7 comments

  1. India should bat tommorrow for 1 and half session… Bcoz pitch is still good for batting….

  2. Next match- kuldeep in for Ishant Sharma

  3. exactly will be very much surprised if India do not enforce follow on,bt I do not think so India will bat at least 2 sessions &will give them 450 target

  4. I agree. Faf has to bat higher. You can't be a captain and bat at 6.

  5. Nice to see u Nikhil Naz.. i am a big fan of u.. love from🇵🇰🇵🇰🇵🇰

  6. You will surprise bcoz india will bat maximum 2 sessions tomorrow.pitch looks quite good batting surface after few hours of morning.That is the reason tail enders batted well.So india should play 1 or 2 sessions.

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