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I did also suggest the other grounds you know. If you where following this debate instead of cherry picking my post you would have seen this:Mumbai is ONE city and IT RAINED there. Since it is ONE city BOTH the grounds can be expected to be WET. I CAN TYPE IN CAPS TOO!!!
If it was such a problem weeks before the test...India has alot of grounds. Your administrators could have chosen alot of places..me said:Thats wasn't Ponting problem. Ponting don't live in India he came to play cricket, if these reasons/conditons where soooo serious it was up to your local officials & the board to consider changing the venue (Mumbai has two test grounds after all, plus the famous Eden Gardens to my disappointment didn't get a test back then).