The last T-20 match of Airtel series 2012 Pak vs. India will be played in the Ahmedabad today. It is Friday and a sacred day for the Muslim world. Indian cricket team seems under pressure as they lost the first T-20 match against Pakistan. Indian team is trying to take over the opponent pace attack. Mahindar Singh Dhoni is trying to boast up his team.
This will be a great test of self control and determination for both the teams. The matches between Pakistan and India get close at the end so players need to control their nerves. Ravi Chandran Aishan could get chance in this match from Indian side. On the other hand the moral of Pakistani team is also very high. They will try their best to clean sweep this Airtel T-20 series Pak vs. India. Pakistani batting order could change in this 2nd match as compare to first one.
Once again tall pacer Muhammad Irfan is getting ready to disturb the batting order of India. Muhammad Hafiz the captain of Pak side showed his commitment to win this Airtel T-20 series trophy and could not share it with Indian team. By winning the first match of the series one thing is very clear that Pakistani team is not going to lose this series and by winning this 2nd match they will get the trophy.
In the last match who was played on last Tuesday the pacers did not get that much success with brand new ball. No change could be find from the winning side of Pakistan so at the opening batsmen. The captain still believes on his opening batsmen to play well in this match. Shahid Khan Afridi could be a middle order batsman in this match as well.
In the last Pak vs. India match, India lost 9 wickets in last 10 over while cold not defeat Pakistan after getting the wickets of 3 top order batsmen. Indian media criticize Mahindar Singh Dhoni for not including Aishwan in the squad. In the Bangalore the conditions were suitable for the swing balling but here in Moteera the wicket is very flat. On this flat wicket of Moteera, it will require the hard work and efforts of the players. This match will start at 4:30 pm (Pakistan Standard Time).