Yuvraj Singh Excited to Witness Amir-Rohit Battle in PAK-IND T20 Showdown

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Former Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh has predicted that Mohammad Amir, a fast bowler for Pakistan, and Indian captain Rohit Sharma, who has conceded two wickets and scored just one run in seven balls faced in T20Is so far, will square off in a crucial match.

He also brought up the match between Pakistan’s Shaheen Afridi and great Indian batsman Virat Kohli, who dismissed Kohli three times in the shortest format.

Long Island, New York’s Nassau County International Cricket Stadium will host the encounter between the bitter rivals. It would begin at 7:30 p.m. in Pakistan and 8 p.m. in India, respectively, for viewers there.

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Yuvraj Singh stated in an ICC video that the two matches will be crucial in the Pakistan versus.

We have a lot of history together; therefore I guess that’s why the India-Pakistan game impacted us all. There are some explosive bowlers in Pakistan. We have a better batting side, in my opinion. Because he likes to get the ball full, I’m watching Mohammad Amir against. Rohit and Shaheen Afridi vs. Virat. These will be some exciting matchups, in my opinion,” he continued.

In the Pakistan vs. India match, Singh predicts that the side with the ability to control its nerves and adjust to the circumstances would win.

But you have to use your brain at the end of the day. You have to play the scenario accordingly, and I believe the team that does so while maintaining its emotional intensity will win this match, Yuvraj said.

According to reports, Azam Khan, who is out of form, has been benched by the Pakistani team management.

Azam Khan was reportedly not happy with his current performance, particularly against the USA, thus the head coach did not let him to take part in the batting practise.

On the other hand, sources further said that there is a strong possibility that Imad Wasim will replace the lower order batter in the high-voltage contest against India in the T20 World Cup 2024.

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