Former Pakistan batsman and commentator Ramiz Raja said Indian batting lineup is weak and can be exposed against Pakistan with the liked of pacers Junaid Khan, Hasan Ali and Wahab Riaz. The arch-rivals will once against be up against each other in the ongoing ICC Champions Trophy 2017.
"If we (India) play to our potential, we will definitely go and win the game".
Dinesh Karthik and Hardik Pandya - two players who will probably be fighting for a place in the team at the tournament in England and Wales - led the scoring for India with knocks of 94 and 80 not out respectively.
After winning two warm-up games against New Zealand and Bangladesh, the Indian team, who have retained several players from the victorious 2013 side, is high on confidence and will be looking to continue their form throughout the tournament.
Regular skipper Mashrafe Bin Mortaza and opener Tamim Iqbal did not feature in the game, but the team will still be asked questions for this horrific display. "On your day, you can do anything; we have quality players who can change the game". "It will be the same for both teams and I think fans will enjoy the game", he said.
"They will feel more pressure than us because they will want to win the trophy at home", he observed, adding that they were also not thinking that they had nothing to lose.
"Even without bilateral ties, there's no surprise because of videos and all, but yes playing (against) new bowlers you don't know what magic delivery they have", Gavaskar said at the Aaj Tak Salaam cricket convention in London. Images captured by the drone will provide "rich visual data on pitch conditions such as [the amount of] grass cover, grass health and topology, which will be used to generate daily pitch reports leveraged by commentators during broadcasts".
Like all Indo-Pak encounters, India's opener against Pakistan on June 4 at Edgbaston in Birmingham has already emerged as one of the most talked about subject in this edition of the Champions Trophy.