What's going on in India at the moment? (maybe, by now, it has already gone on).
The pundits keep saying that the batting is rubbish. That would mean that India is just a bit less rubbish than England. Surely there must be something wrong with the pitch.
Now they've said that there's a break for dinner. No such thing in cricket. Lunch break and Tea break. It must be so late in India now that a break, if it's not a late tea break, would have to be a supper break.
All to do with money Doug. That new Indian stadium is completely open to the scorching sunshine.
Some 105,000 Indian cricket fanatics dying of heat stroke forget it. Also those IPL matches are rather short in duration. So you could play one starting at 6pm under floodlights -- as they normally do -- and be over by 9pm. And all televised. Whether the Anglos like it or not -- the centre of world cricket now resides in India. Though not in the classical five-day test sense that we love and appreciate. Or Don Mosey would.