The cricketing fraternity is going to witness the two arch-rivals India and Pakistan taking on each other. This is the first meeting of the two after the Champions Trophy final. India will certainly like to change the fortunes against the arch-rival after the humiliating defeat in the Champions Trophy Final. Whereas, Pakistan will want to keep up the momentum, and to go past the line. Here is the cricketers, whose role is going to be vital in the mega contest.
Pakistan team is presently having surplus of young talents. Most of these players don’t have enough experience of such big matches. Malik can certainly be the man who can provide calmness in such a big match. His ability to smother spin can provide great help to Pakistan in the middle overs. Also, per time spin from Malik provides a great balance to the team.
The terrifying fast bowler who is known to keep things tight in the middle overs. In the middle overs, the Indian batsman will like to score runs quickly, when there are only 4 fielders outside the ring. However, Ali’s ability to restrict the run flow and pick up crucial wickets is a great threat to India.
An unorthodox leg-spinner who tends to bowl more googly and flippers with an upright action. He can score handy runs in the lower middle order. His promise on the field will prove to be crucial, as batsman won’t be able to able to take easy singles.
India is going to take on the field without Virat Kohli. Also, India doesn’t seem to have stable middle order as of now. In such a scenario, the role of the veteran wicketkeeper-batsman is going to be crucial. Even his advises to the other team members will provide some cool in the heat of such mega contest.
This cunning spinner is probably the biggest threat to Pakistan. Pakistan was never faced Kuldeep and the variety he brings on the table his very hard to get rid off. If he is able to keep the things really tight, it will forms a great platform for death bowletheto exploit.
These are the players who has the potential to change the course of the match all by themselves, and win it for their team.