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Indias no.4 slot for ICC World Cup still up for grab, believes Sourav Ganguly

Zee News Tuesday, 12 March 2019 ()
On Sunday in the fourth ODI against Australia which India lost by four wickets, Test opener KL Rahul was drafted into the side, batting at No. 3 with skipper Virat Kohli batting at No.4.  
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News video: Ganguly feels India's No. 4 slot for World Cup still up for grabs

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