India Have Advantage Over Pak: Ajay Jadeja

Vishrut AggarwalCorrespondent ISeptember 25, 2009

Everyone is looking forward to tomorrows India-Pakistan ODI. It will be a really important match for both the teams. Even the people will be dying to watch their team beat the opponents, as we all know that both the teams are arch rivals.

 

We all have are views about the match, but we should respect the views of someone who has been associated with cricket for sometime. Yes Ajay Jadeja or A.J has his own views and he revealed them on NDTV today.

 

Ajay says that India has an advantage over Pakistan because the ground is favorable to the Indians as their batting lineup is an aggressive one, and the pitch is also a fast batting track.

 

On the other hand the Paki batsmen struggle a lot but are intelligent players and know what kind of cricket to play at what time. They also have the advantage of Sehwag, Yuvraj and Zaheer's absence in the Indian team.

 

Tendulkar and Gambhir will be opening and the toss should play an important role in the match. India should bat first and post a huge total so that it has an advantage over the team batting second, and the rest is up to the bowlers.

 

Good pacers like Ishant Sharma and R.P Singh can pierce through the top order and mount the pressure and then spinners like Harbhajan and Yusuf Pathan can get the rest of the wickets.

 

In case India bats second, then it should get the opponents out as quickly as possible and reach the target without much difficulty.

 

Skipper M.S Dhoni has his own strategies and it would be best if he uses them correctly and help India to win tomorrows match.

 

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