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Star Performers of #BANvPAK T20I Khushdil Shah & Mohammad Nawaz In Conversation With Fakhar Zaman
India vs New Zealand, 2nd T20I Preview: Rohit, Dravid eye maiden series win to kick start new era
The toss will play a crucial role this time of the year in India, with the chasing team getting a lot of help from the dew.
An expected Indian win
After India got over the line by 5 wickets in a tight encounter in the series opener, both teams will now move to Jharkhand - MS Dhoni's home state - for the second match of the series.
Bangladesh vs Pakistan, 1st T20I Preview: Hurting Pakistan face tricky batting conditions against inexperienced Tigers
The best way forward after a heart-breaking loss is to get back on the field as early as possible.
Pakistan look to build on WC form
This is exactly what Pakistan will do when they take on Bangladesh in a three-match T20I series in Dhaka. It was only on November 11 that Pakistan, one of the favorites for winning the T20 World Cup, crashed out after a 5-wicket defeat against underdogs Australia at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
The team had been unbeaten in the Super 12 stage and had batted first in most crucial games. However, when it mattered the most, they lost an all-important toss and were put into bat.
Their opening combination of Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan which suits them so well while chasing let them down in some ways as the team could not bat Australia out of the match despite a heroic display from Fakhar Zaman towards the end.
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