Gearing up for the upcoming match against arch-rivals India, Pakistan captain Mohammed Hafeez said that his team was not under pressure, but has the edge going into Sunday's game after their win against India in a warm up match.

 

Speaking to media persons in Colombo, he further said that for this game they plan to go with three spinners.

 

Everyone is looking forward to the India match. Since we have won against them in the warm-up game, it will give us confidence going into the match. That victory has been a real morale booster for us and the boys are upbeat and raring to go against India," Hafeez told mediapersons on the eve of the game.

 

Predictably, the Pakistan skipper ruled out the pressure factor after having won a high-intensity game against South Africa on Friday.

 

"The boys have showed a lot of character against South Africa. It's always nice to start with a win and I am happy in the manner they responded under pressure situations. For us, the match against India is like another game. We have played them a lot in the past and that pressure is not there anymore."

 

Hafeez, however, didn't divulge his plans for the Indian line-up.

 

"Obviously, we have to take into account, the conditions and then we will decide on the playing XI. Today, we played three specialist spinners and by the Grace of God, the plan worked. But we can decide on the combination of the next match only when we have a look at the pitch," Hafeez said.

 

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