Cricket: India's selectors face call to solve opening woes

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  • Wednesday, 11 Sep 2019

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Finding a solution to India's top-order batting conundrum will be top of selectors' agenda when they meet on Thursday to pick the squad for next month's home test series against South Africa.

Despite being the world's top-ranked test side India have struggled with their opening combination, which, in turn, has heaped pressure on the middle order.

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