Preview: India in West Indies – ODI Match 2

Match Details: India in West Indies 2009| ODI #2

Date: 28 Jun, 2009
Time: 08:00 PM IST
TV Coverage: On Ten Sports in India
Venue: Kingston, Jamaica
Series Status: India leads the four match series by 1-0

Playing Conditions
Weather: High: 33°C, Low: 25°C, Mostly cloudy, Rainfall expected, Humidity: 64%

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