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We have to have a bit of luck, when Gauti got out, I thought of staying till the end, but me and Yuvi hit it straight to the fielder. We are not a brilliant fielding side, although we are not known to drop too many either. That mattered in the end. We are finding it hard to get in the groove, the T20 games come after we play a Test match or an ODI series, that could be one of the reasons for our losing streak.

Could you please explain to me what "get in the groove" means in this context?
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In this case the groove is where you want to be - where you're supposed to be.

Once you get there, it's easy to remain. That's the nature of a groove. You can move in it.

When you're in the groove you're functioning correctly, and it feels right and good to be doing so.

But it's sometimes hard to "find."
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Some people claim this expression comes from the 'groove' on a record. The needle needs to be there to play, and usually continues in that same groove. I'm not sure if it's true, but it's a good picture.

The same is true in cross-country skiing. If your ski is in the groove (the track from previous skiers), it is easy to move.
Old Man Gordon and usually continues in that same groove. Hi, OMG. Just exercising my role as class jackass. When I was a kid, we had one-sided 78s. There was only one groove on the record!
Granted, when there was a deep scratch across the surface, we'd often say that the needle jumped from one groove to the next!

The same is true in cross-country skiing. If your ski is in the groove (the track from previous skiers), it is easy to move. Sometimes when those grooves freeze and you're headed down a steep hill, you wish you could get the heck out of them!Emotion: surprise Best wishes, - A.