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The heartening thing for Starc is the fact that the Indian top-order has always found the left-arm pacers tough to deal with. During the last tour of South Africa, Lonwabo Tsotsobe made life difficult for the Indians and the second half of 2012 saw Kiwi new ball-bowler Trent Boult among the wickets.
In the opening Test at Hyderabad, Boult scalped Tendulkar with the ball that came in late. Starc will once again try to sneak one in past Tendulkar, who will be on guard. This happens to be one of the many intriguing battles that might decide the outcome of this Test series.
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