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Similarities between last year’s Champions Trophy and this World T20 were a thought before the tournament began, but two India matches later it seems this is exactly identical.
Even as India have – against whatever trends you can develop in Twenty20 games – done extremely well, in two days the Supreme Court of India has turned the heat on the Indian cricket administration.
This time last year MS Dhoni had a series of question marks against him through his involvement with India Cements, whose managing director had saved his job, but he managed to ward away all evil with a stunning Champions Trophy win.
The questions are back, this time with much more force, as a day before India’s third match in World T20 the Supreme Court heard from prosecution that Dhoni had lied under oath in trying to maintain distance between Chennai Super Kings and Guruanth Meiyappan, who used team information for illegal betting.
On the field, though, two exceptional days with the ball have made sure India are within striking distance of progression to the semi-finals.
In fact, even before they start their third match – never mind more wrath of the court anticipated in the morning – if West Indies beat Australia in the afternoon, India will be all but through to the next round.
All they will need to do after that is beat Bangladesh, who will be desperate to prove that phrases such as “all the opposition has to do” are not used in the same sentence as “beat Bangladesh”.
After getting the hopes of the home crowds up by beating Afghanistan emphatically, the hosts have brought much pain to the crowds by losing to Hong Kong and tamely so to West Indies.
In four matches, not a single batsman has batted long enough to score a fifty, catches have been dropped regularly, and ground fielding has been poor.
You cannot expect to win playing in that manner. Bangladesh once compounded India’s off-field misery when they beat them in the World Cup in 2007 to bring to an end the controversial tenure of Greg Chappell.
If they are to do something similar here, we will need a team unrecognisable from the one that has taken the field in the last two matches.