Published: Sun, June 18, 2017
Sport | By Charlene Craig

Amit Shah Says No Bilateral Cricket Series With Pakistan

Amit Shah Says No Bilateral Cricket Series With Pakistan

On the other hand in hockey, India is now ranked 6th in World Hockey, while Pakistan are 13th.

"Green shirts must bat first and put up a good total on board and then tackle India with their strong bowling because it has emerged as our strength in this tournament", said Khan.

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president Amit Shah on Saturday categorically stated that India and Pakistan will not feature in any bilateral cricket series but would continue to participate in global tournaments.

"You [Sarfaraz] have done nothing special, this match was won for you, we all know how things work", Sohail said.

Going into the match, India would be high on confidence having comprehensively defeated their Asian neighbour by 124 runs in the group stage.

"No one gave us a hope when we got here". "He reminded us about the strategic planning we had made ahead of the match against Scotland and asked us to execute it and not think of the misses we had in the first two quarters", the skipper said about the animated dressing room talk. So, getting a win, and an impressive one at that, will be vital.

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"This is the game they want, but it is up to us how we handle the pressure on the day". Why not rest these players and send a younger squad to play the #9 ranked team in the ICC ODI rankings?

"If you do something wrong, we will point it out to you; if you do something right, we will tell you that too; and if you do something wrong in an attempt to do something right, we will point that out to you as well", Sohail said, apparently in defence of retired cricketers' frequent commentary on the Pakistan side's recent performances.

India vs Canada is set to begin at 6.30pm IST, 2pm BST.

During a post-match analysis after the Pak-Sri Lanka showdown, Sohail spewed vitriol against Ahmad, saying that the new skipper has "nothing to be smug about; he just became captain".

BT Sport will show the match live in the UK.

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