You will see a 'different' Pakistan team against India: Sarfraz

The final will be held at The Oval. "The way they played in both the warm-up games, the batsmen are in good form, but the bowlers have been very ruthless", the former right-handed batsman added.

"Rohan is like a brother to me, on and off the court", Qureshi said.

"That is what I believe we have been playing, and it has been working for us". India have the likes of Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni, Yuvraj Singh and R Ashwin among others, while Pakistan will depend on the likes of Mohammad Amir, Sarfraz Ahmed, Babar Azam and Shoaib Malik. As the tournament begins in the Oval cricket ground, something buzzes outside.

England captain Eoin Morgan has confirmed Ben Stokes is likely to bowl against Bangladesh in the opening match of the ICC Champions Trophy.

"Pakistan team doesn't have to go out there with a defensive mindset".

Indeed, Google says the game is its "smallest interactive Doodle ever" and created to make sure it "works for everyone, including those on slower mobile networks".

Days to come will give us some adventurous feels when we acknowledge the first team scoring the same as the technology predicted.

England is the bookies' favorite for the trophy, but Bangladesh has beaten England at the last two Cricket World Cups.

India's record reads 12 wins and just two losses.

"My favourite Pakistan-India moment is yet to come". But if we win, it will be a huge upset.

Aamir Sohail is known to niddle rival players during his playing days and has paid for it like in 1996 World Cup during his clash with Venkatesh Prasad. "He reminds us of our pacers of yore who had mastered the skill of bowling the ideal yorker, especially during the 90s".

Qureshi is an enthusiastic fan of the Pakistan team and all their idiosyncracies.

India defeated New Zealand by 45-runs in the first warm-up game and then outplayed Bangladesh by 240-runs in the second tie.

The former Pakistan T20 skipper also maintained that in order to succeed against the Men in Blue, Pakistan's bowlers would need to keep chipping away with wickets at regular intervals.

Talking exclusively to, Talat Ali said that team's moral is very high and players are coming to United Kingdom after a positive tour of West Indies were team won series in every format of the game.

"We are two great countries".

  • Julie Sanders