Organizers estimate that about 70% of the seats at the Sydney Cricket Ground have been bought by Indian fans
The feat is astonishing for a war-ravaged nation that only took up the sport 15 years ago
The death of an Israeli umpire hit by a cricket ball on Saturday came two days after the demise of Australian rising star Phillip Hughes
Two deaths in one week shine a spotlight on the "gentleman's game"
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