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Some key Indian Players should be sent home says Sourav Ganguly

Former Indian captain and veteran Sourav Ganguly has said that the Indian players seem disturbed and need to spend some time with their families before cricket world cup 2015. “If I had to decide then I will sent some Indian players to their home to refresh themselves before the mega event “Ganguly said."What this Indian team needs is rest. It has been a very long tour and it is time for them to meet their families before start of Cricket world cup 2015. If it was up to me, I will send some of them back home. The players need their families support to come out hard in the World Cup,” Ganguly said. He also said that they don’t need any warm up practice as they are in Australia for more than 2 months."I don't care about the warm-ups. I just want the team to be ready to give their best in their first match against Pakistan on February 15. When asked about the batting position that Kohli should bat,” he can perform well at any position if he get back in to form” Ganguly added.


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