India and Pakistan will cross swords on June 16 in the World Cup 2019 and Sarfraz Ahmed believes his side has an upper hand against the nemesis. The Pakistan skipper, highlighting the importance of the clash said, “his side will take every match as a match against India”. “For us all nine matches are important so we will take every match as a match against India,” Sarfraz said of Pakistan’s bitter rivals — who have won all six of their previous World Cup clashes. Sarfraz also said being underdogs in the marquee tournament eases the pressure on his young team, who leave for the tournament this week. Pakistan will play three warm-up matches before taking on joint-hosts England in a five-match one-day series and a Twenty20.
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