Misbah central to Pakistan's stability

Team Preview: With a balanced squad, defending champions Pakistan start as favourites in the Asia Cup

Reporters: Mohammad Isam, Karthik Krishnaswamy

February 24, 2014

Posted by wapuser on (February 25, 2014, 11:25 GMT)

India going to lift this Asia Cup.. Pakistan balanced team going to dismantle on 2'nd Feb..

Posted by wapuser on (February 25, 2014, 8:09 GMT)

and about afghanistan they r a very good improving side. they have improved tremendously in the t20 format. they will be a good new addition to the asia cup for sure

Posted by wapuser on (February 25, 2014, 8:06 GMT)

pakistan certainly does look strong and have a very balanced side compared to all the other teams in the tournament. they also have a very good current record. on icc rankin india is however on top but their current form has been very disappointing. srilanka has beaten bangladesh comprehensively just few days back. bangladesh can be unpredictable at any time in their home ground like in the last asia cup. afafghanistan has

Posted by wapuser on (February 25, 2014, 7:23 GMT)

Without dhoni india cant win asia cup butt still a god time

Posted by   on (February 25, 2014, 7:00 GMT)

India is underdogs in this tournament!!! Remember wenever india were underdogs they r too dangerous....

Posted by   on (February 25, 2014, 6:03 GMT)

@Healscream, you are obviously a WoW fan but yes I agree, please cricinfo, the Indian team is not the only one out there. Pakistan clearly has the most balanced side and are carrying momentum by winning ODI's against Sri Lanka and South Africa, however I feel this Asia cup is anyones. India is phenomenal on flat tracks...Bangladesh almost won last time, Pakistan is well balanced and has the best record this year.

Posted by   on (February 25, 2014, 1:27 GMT)

@Idrees, i dont see a problem having a tournament like. Not sure on your point. First all sports is about fun. Seriously this tiurnament is going to be fun tournament and all cricket lovers will love this. Thats how cricket should be. Understand your point on test matches. But this tournament is well recognised one in the Asia zone and its a always gives a ckassic cricket matches. Thanks

Posted by   on (February 25, 2014, 0:25 GMT)

true said by the previous comments. why is not much analysis for non-indian teams? this video could have been made by anyone who follows a bit of cricket. being a global website of cricket, cricinfo should try to bring out the best analysis videos.

Posted by wapuser on (February 24, 2014, 23:43 GMT)

What's going on? What is the question what is the answer what are they doing? Why Isaam is biting his lips in the middle of video interview? What is the point of view of other person on India-Pakistan match? I am confused!!

Posted by   on (February 24, 2014, 19:54 GMT)

inshallah pakistan will winner

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