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Game plan ready to overcome India in Champions Trophy final: Arthur

Game plan ready to overcome India in Champions Trophy final: Arthur
June 17, 2017

LONDON, 17 June: The head-coach of Pakistan cricket team Mickey Arthur on Saturday said that strategy has been readied to overcome India in the ICC Champions Trophy final to be played at London’s Oval Ground on Sunday.
In an interview, Mickey Arthur revealed that Pakistan with its pacers would try to bowl out the Indian top order batsmen including Rohit Sharma, Shekar Dhavan and Virat Kohli to pressurize the opposition’s middle order batting line. Arthur was also of the opinion that the top-order of Indian batting libe has done tremendously well for the team and that also meant that the middle-order hasn’t really been tested throughout the tournament.
The head-coach praised the “hard-work” of the entire team to qualify for the final. He also revealed that the left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir has regained fitness and is ready to play against India in the final on Sunday. He praised the team performance by adding that the youngsters had been very brave in the way they have played in this tournament.
He went on to say that if Pakistan want to create a chance for themselves, they’ll have to focus their attack on top order of the Indian batting line.


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