For the T20 World Cup in 2021, Salman Buttbelieves that experience will be the biggest difference between India and Pakistan’s bowling attacks.
Therefore, On October 24, India will face Pakistan in the first match of the T20 World Cup in Dubai. Virat Kohli’s team, according to a number of cricket analysts, will have the upper hand in the mega match.
Butt believes that the difference in experience between India’s bowlers and their Pakistani counterparts could make a difference. Pakistan, too, has potential in their bowling attack, according to the former opener, but lacks big-stage experience. Scott Styris
“Experience is the major difference in India and Pakistan’s bowling attacks. Jasprit Bumrah is highly experienced. Our No. 1 bowler Shaheen Afridi is comparatively very less experienced. Yes, he is a high-quality bowler and can get wickets with the new ball. His pace is very good and he can swing the new ball as well. There are a lot of good things in his possession. He can become a world-class bowler in the days to come.” he said
“I have just approached this game as another game of cricket and I know there is a lot of hype around this game, more so with ticket sales and demands of tickets… Yes, the environment you can say is different from outside and from fans’ point of view, definitely more excitement in the air but from a players’ point of view, we try to stay as professional as we can and always approach the game in the most normal way possible.” He elaborated
In ODIs or T20Is, Pakistan has failed to defeat India in a World Cup match. They did, however, defeat India in the 2017 Champions Trophy final.