IND vs PAK: This is a trump card in the hands of captain Rohit, very difficult for Babar and Rizwan to survive.

IND vs PAK: This is a trump card in the hands of captain Rohit, very difficult for Babar and Rizwan to survive.

India vs Pakistan: Both Babar and Rizwan themselves have given this opportunity to Rohit.


New Delhi:

India vs Pakistan: In the ongoing T20 World Cup (T20 World Cup 2024), Team India will face arch rivals Pakistan today. The entire cricket world is eagerly waiting for this mega match. It’s a holiday, so everyone is waiting to watch the match in their own way. The strategy of both the teams is being discussed. Former cricketers and pundits are giving their expert opinion. Definitely team Rohit (Rohit Sharma) is on top. And the reason behind it is the ability, the results of the previous matches, so Rohit has got the trump card before the match, due to which Captain Babar Azam (Babar Azam) and it is very difficult for Mohammad Rizwan to survive.

“I am already…”, Rizwan asked Babar about marriage, the answer created excitement among fans.

How will Pakistan protect itself from this trick?

In fact, if Rohit has got the trump card, the reason behind it is Babar and Rizwan’s very poor record against left-arm spinners. When it comes to batting against left-arm spinners, Rizwan and Babar have a strike rate of 116 Qj 107.2 respectively. As if this is not enough, while Rizwan has fallen victim to the left-handed spinner seven times, Babar has lost his wicket six times. And Rohit has woven his strategy from this aspect.

This weapon will attack both!

According to our sources in New York, the Indian management has formulated a strategy keeping this aspect in mind. In or around the first six overs of the power-play, Rohit plans to attack Babar and Rizwan using Axar Patel as a weapon. And given the statistics and pitch picture that is emerging, it will be very difficult for either or both of them to defend themselves against this onslaught.



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