These players may miss today’s Asia Cup fixtures

Just like India-Pakistan cricketing rivalry, there is a talk of the emerging cricket rivalry between Afghanistan and Pakistan. To date, the two teams have met each other only twice in ODIs, with Pakistan coming out on top on both occasions.

Quick Tips for AFGH vs PAK Dream 11 Team

 

Team changes

Afghanistan: Afghanistan have won two in two games in the tournament so far and are most likely to come out unchanged for this one.

Pakistan: Shadab Khan is down with a niggle, and there is a chance of Mohammad Nawaz replacing him today. Mohammad Amir’s form is another concern before Pakistan think tank.

 

Big-match players

  • Rashid Khan produced a brilliant all-round display for Afghanistan and could make a difference in the game.
  • Pakistan have pinned hopes on Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam to guide them through.

 

Related: AFGH vs PAK Dream11 Prediction

 

Quick Tips for BAN vs IND Dream 11 Team

In the other game, injury-hit India have to address the fifth bowler conundrum after the injury to all-rounder Hardik Pandya. Bangladesh, received a hammering from Afghanistan a day ago, have concerns of their own and would look to put a better show.

 

Team changes

India: Ravindra Jadeja is likely to slot in for injured Hardik Pandya, although he is a not like-to-like replacement for the latter. Among others who may get a look-in are Deepak Chahar, Khaleel Ahmed and KL Rahul.

Bangladesh: Bangladesh rested Mushfiqur Rahim and Mustafizur Rahman against Afghanistan. Both are likely to return, for Nazmul Hossain Shanto and Abu Hider, respectively.

 

Big-match players

  • Indian openers, Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan, are the biggest threat for Bangla Tigers. Kuldeep Yadav is another who could pose a challenge.
  • The experienced trio of Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib-Al-Hasan and Mahmudullah can be backed to make an impact.

 

Related: IND vs BAN Dream11 Prediction

 

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