Pakistan pacer Haris Rauf is confident of success in the T20 World T20 against India to be held on October 23 on the back of his experience playing the Big Bash League. India and Pakistan do not play bilateral series due to mutual political tensions.
Lahore. Pakistan pacer Haris Rauf is confident of success in the T20 World Cup against India to be held on October 23 on the back of his experience playing in the Big Bash League. India and Pakistan do not play bilateral series due to mutual political tensions. This game at the MCG will be his fourth game in a year. “If I can give my best, it won’t be easy for them to make me play,” Rauf said. I am very happy that this is happening at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
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Rauf plays for the Melbourne Stars in the BBL. “It’s my home ground because I play for Melbourne Stars. I know how to play there. I’ve also started planning how to bowl against India.” Pakistan had last defeated India by ten wickets in the T20 World Cup in UAE, which was their first win over India in the World Cup.
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India beat it by four wickets in the group stage of the Asia Cup but lost in the Super Four stage. Rauf said: “There is a lot of pressure in the India and Pakistan matches. I felt that pressure in the World Cup. But in the last two games in the Asia Cup, I didn’t feel that pressure because I knew I had to do my best.
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