Asia Cup: India aim to test middle-order against AfghanistanSeptember 25, 2018 16:21
The Indian cricket team will hope that its untested middle-order gets some game time ahead of the final when it takes on an ever-improving Afghanistan in the Super Four encounter of the Asia Cup in Dubai on Tuesday.
India have been on a roll after an unimpressive start against Hong Kong, with couple of one-sided victories over arch-rivals Pakistan and an equally facile one against Bangladesh.
With a spot in Friday's final sealed following their Sunday's win against Pakistan, captain Rohit Sharma may want some of his untested middle-order batsmen to get quality time in the middle against someone of Rashid Khan's calibre.
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