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India will be weak without Kohli; Pak favourites to win Asia Cup, feels Rashid Latif

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“As United Arab Emirates (UAE) is home for Pakistan cricket for last decade and green caps are fully aware of the conditions, they have very bright chances of winning the Cup. India is much weaker in the absence of Virat Kohli, but green caps have to be very professional in approach and shouldn’t take them easy.”

“Return of Junaid Khan will boost fast bowling department, as he has formed a formidable pair with M Aamir and Fahim Ashraf while Shahdab Khan will definitely add strength to bowling,” Latif said, adding the presence of veteran all-rounder Shoaib Malik will add more meat to the batting order. Malik has scored two centuries against India in Asia Cup.

“Pakistan batting is highly balanced and delivering for last few matches consistently. For me, Fakhar Zaman holds the key as he is in traffic form and producing wonders with the willow. He can provide Pakistan perfect start and he will remain instrumental throughout the Cup and upcoming series.”


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India is looking weak opposite Pakistan not bcoz we don't have kohli but its coz our moronic selectors have filled this squad with so many washed up TTF that our core is almost nonexistent.







K gowtham





Play this team and see Pakistan getting their a@ whooped Mr latif.

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Hell even the likes of Hongkong will be licking their lips. On paper, India definitely looks weaker than Pakistan. It really depends on how the opening partnership goes and how middle order handles the pressure. I don't have much faith in Panday TBH.

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21 hours ago, Number said:

Lateefa is a hyper patriotic person in a country where influential majority considers him a dark skinned inferior human being. 

most of the Pakistani look like him but still consider themselves something else. They are confused people. They do not have any identity of theirs.

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