West Indies Tour
Despite an injury to Sachin Tendulkar, Ganguly was again overlooked in favour of Kaif and Raina when then Test squad was announced. This effectively left him outside the top eight Test batsmen in the eye of the BCCI, and was not selected in the ODI team as the selectors persisted with the squad which had recorded 17 wins and five losses since Dravid's appointment. As the team returned to India at the end of the season in July, Ganguly had been out of the team in both forms of the game for five months.
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