Now we'll see UP and Sialkot facing each other in India. The link is on the main page of CricInfo. As for the Challenger series, let's get this clear. Merely playing two or three matches won't decide whether a player is ready for India or not. Hemang Badani was the leading run-scorer in the Challenger series in the absence of Sachin and Dravid, but in the following series against England, he looked totally out of depth and Nasser's men found a weak link in the Indian batting lineup. Sarandeep was a leading wicket-taker there, but lokoed a misfit in ODI's when he got his first match in the series. The less prolific Yuvraj, Kaif and Bangar did a lot better when they played. This series should merely serve as a workout for the Indian main team and if players outside perform exceptionally well, they may get a look-in.
"Talent is nothing without opportunity"
"You're not remembered for aiming at the target, but hitting it"
Twenty20 used to be boring.