Australia and India are ready to lock horns in the final of ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup on Sunday. Keeping India’s performance thus far, Jason Sangha has revealed their opponents possible weakness. Speaking ahead of the game, Sangha said: “They probably haven’t been tested too much; especially their middle-order. They have not seen our side now compared to the first game, we are a different side playing good cricket. Plus, they have not seen our two quick bowlers (Ryan Hadley and Zak Evans) they didn’t play in the first game.”
He, however, was quick to give credit where it was due. Sangha added, “They have played good cricket, so have we at the moment. It’s a grand finale, a different contest. There’s different pitch, definitely some nerves in their team as well.”
Bulk of India’s scoring has been undertaking by Prithvi Shaw (232) and Shubman Gill (341).
When asked about who amongst India and Australia are favourites, Sangha was replied, “I don’t feel we are the underdogs, or India the favourites. Whoever plays the best will win.”
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