India’s match against Pakistan will surpass Ash in terms of intensity – Tom Moody reckons

Deciphering the composition of the two teams and the players represented in them, he added: If you look at Pakistan’s squad, it does boast a lot of talent. But I think it has experience in it as well. So now that they have a combination of experience and talent, they are a real threat. They can match India in pace bowling; they have real pace on their side, and the only problem I think they might have is the depth of quality in their batting that India have. So it will be an interesting pressure they will put on Babar Azam at the top of the team.

The last four meetings between India and Pakistan have been in the T20I format and both teams have shared trophies. While Pakistan beat India in the group stage of the 2021 World Cup, the Blues responded in the 2022 World Cup in Melbourne. At the Asia Cup last year, both teams won one match each.

The last 50-over encounter between the two countries was on June 16, 2019 when Virat Kohli-led India beat Sarfaraz Khan-led Pakistan at the 2019 World Cup in Manchester.

When Moody was asked which player he thought posed the biggest threat to Indian batting, he did not hesitate to say Shaheen Afridi. Full stop. I just think Shaheen Afridi with the new ball is the main threat, which he has done historically. Breaking through with the new ball,

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