As the Indians come down from the narrow stairs on Thursday, they will know that a billion people back home will never forgive them if they don't win. The Kenyans, on the other hand, as their coach says smugly, 'have nothing to lose'.
Aren't we ready to face the Aussies? The Indian captain publicly admits he would much rather play the Sri Lankans -- despite seven straight wins! Spiritless Australia phobia or what? What's in a metal cup when some other team is still considered the
It didn't rain, it poured -- but not the kind the Sri Lankans would have wished -- runs from Indian top 3, first, and then Lankan wickets, as Team India strode into the Semis with a comprehensive 183 run victory.
... is a condition by which India will win a particular number of matches in a row and then lose the next one no matter which country it plays because it has to respond to its natural instinct to be inconsistent.