INDIA VS WEST INDIES: SANJAY BANGAR BATS FOR KL RAHUL AFTER POOR RUN OF FORM IN TESTS

KL Rahul scored a duck in the first Test against the Windies and in the second Test, he was dismissed for 4 off 25 balls in the first innings.

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