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    to make their case

    If reports are to be believed, senior members in the Indian dressing room are planning to rebut coach Greg Chappell's allegations with some stern steps of their own.

    According to a report in Tuesday's edition of The Hindu newspaper, the players are keen to set up a meeting with BCCI President Sharad Pawar to make their case.

    Please explain the group of highlighted words.


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    Re: to make their case

    The cricketers want to present their arguments about Greg Chappell to the BCCI.

    The term comes from "presenting/pleading a case in a legal court"

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