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Probably either NZ or SL, possibly WI. Dont really have much choice, those three teams usually get early summer billing, along with Pakistan. Last summer was odd in that we've never had both WI and Pak touring here for tests in the same summer before. Always going to be an issue anyway, we cant rely on SA, India and England being strong and coming here for Boxing Day. But, we are hardly in the top tier now anyway so maybe we deserve a lower ranked team for our big xmas/new year tests!
Would hope to see SL.
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SL would certainly be better than NZ or WI. There were pretty good crowds last time SL played a Boxing Day test, well more than I expected anyway, seeing as they were a minnow back then.
Those were Murali's fans tbf.
He didnt have many fans then! well maybe after day 1 of that test he got a few.....the hype was all Aravinda before that series, and he sure failed to deliver quite spectacularly.
Seems like a long time that i have seen Pak play a test in SA...
Be VERY AFRIDI!!
NZ usually open for india series.
Srilanka looks odds on,they are 5th or we're 2nd,nz tho sentimentality might get it.
NZ playing the Boxing Day Test would be awesome. I just wish we had our own Boxing Day Test
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Soon CHina would be playing . The best bet would be SL or Pakistan
Are South Africa a fixture their for boxing day test every 3 years?
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