The Murray brothers have been keeping the Great Britain team on track. Reuters / Jason Cairnduff
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Britain will attempt to win the Davis Cup for the first time in 79 years this weekend when they take on Belgium in Ghent, although if they do succeed the Scottish town of Dunblane could argue its name should be inscribed on the trophy. World No. 2 Andy Murray and his brother Jamie, who grew up in Dunblane, have propelled Britain through the draw, with Andy churning out vital singles wins and teaming up with his elder sibling in the doubles.That is likely to be the scenario again at the Flanders Expo, beginning Friday, where despite 13,000 home fans trying to cheer Belgium to their first ever Davis Cup, Britain will start favorites.
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