With the upcoming Pakistan-India series, the bookies are back in the game.
“The team which handles the pressure best will carry the day,” says Imran Khan.
“We need planning in bowling against India’s powerful batting,” says Inzamam-ul-Haq, Captain, Pakistan Cricket Team.
“My main worry is our bowlers’ fitness,” says Saurav Ganguly, Captain, Indian Cricket Team.
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The forthcoming cricket series between Pakistan and India is, true to form, already generating immense excitement
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