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T20 World Cup: What if Pakistan loses to India

T20 World Cup What if Pakistan loses to India
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Ground Report | New Delhi: Pakistan loses to India; The T20 World Cup is going to be played between India and Pakistan on 24 October. This is the first match of this World Cup for both teams. Both India and Pakistan are in Group 2 of the T20 World Cup. Teams from Afghanistan, New Zealand, Scotland, and Namibia are also included in this group.

Pakistan loses to India

It is necessary for both teams to start the World Cup with a win. As the match draws closer, discussions have started on the impact of team comparisons and results. Former Australian cricketer Brad Hogg told how important it is for the Pakistani team to win this match. If it doesn’t, what could be the effect?

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Brad Hogg said that if Pakistan loses the first match, it may not be able to regain its momentum and it will be difficult for the semi-finals. He said these things during a conversation with former Indian cricketer Deep Dasgupta on his YouTube channel.

Different types of analysis are coming out about both the teams. Some experts are telling the Indian team the upper hand, while some say that if Pakistan plays with the right strategy, then India can beat India.

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semi-finals

Brad Hogg said that if the Indian team defeats Pakistan, they will easily enter the semi-finals but Pakistan will have a match against New Zealand in the next two days, in which it will be difficult for them to make a comeback.

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He said, “The loss or victory in the first match means a lot to the Pakistan team. If they lose, they will have less time to build up their morale before playing against New Zealand.” However, Brad Hogg places both India and Pakistan in the list of semi-finalists. According to him, India and Pakistan from Group 2 and West Indies and England from Group 1 will reach the semi-finals.

The Australian then warned about Pakistan. “But having said that, if Pakistan loses to India in the first game, they get a small chance to play New Zealand. I think it will be a huge factor whether Pakistan goes ahead or not. Loses against India. In the first game, I don’t think they will succeed. India will go through it,” Hogg elaborated.

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India prepared for this showpiece event with comfortable victories in practice matches against England and Australia. Pakistan, on the other hand, defeated West Indies and then lost to South Africa in their practice matches.

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