Curator Naik says Wankhede track will be a slow turner
The track for the second Test between India and West Indies, which starts on November 14 is expected to be a slow turner with bounce, according to Wankhede Stadium curator Sudhir Naik.
“It will not be a square turner like the one against England last year but will resemble the one against the West Indies of 2011, a slow turner with some bounce,” Naik was quoted as saying by PTI on Saturday.
India scored 242 for 9 while chasing the victory target of 243 against West Indies in November 2011.
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