Till the year the Association was considered to be minnows of Indian Cricket it was only in July that the present. The Pakistan under side, captained by Rohail Nazir, was scheduled to arrive in Sri Lanka on April 30 to play two four-day matches, followed by three one-dayers. Trials for these sport occur after school on three trial dates across Term 1 at various venues around the local area. Preview: Australia and India play in the final of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup at the Bay Oval in Tauranga on Saturday knowing that victory in the day-night encounter will make their side the most successful ones in the history of the tournament.
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The winner of the clash will take on Australia U, who defeated Afghanistan to make the final on Monday, January Also read: Coach Rahul Dravid has a message for team ahead of semi-final Rahul Dravid-coached India reached the last-four round after thrashing Bangladesh U by runs in the quarter-final on Friday, January Top-order batsman Shubman Gill continued his fine run in the tournament with a match-winning 86 while captain Prithvi Shaw chipped in with a 40 as India's batting unit stood tall yet again in the tournament.
On the other hand, Pakistan defeated South Africa in a low-scoring affair in their quarter-final encounter on January Pacers Shaheen Afridi and Muhammad Musa led the bowling attack from the front as they bowled out their opposition for Left-hander Ali Zaryab then went on to hit a match-winning India start as favourites Shaw's India will head into the semi-final match as favourites, having remained unbeaten in the tournament so far.
While their top-order has been scoring runs, pacers and spinners have combined well to hurt oppositions. Pakistan, who have struggled with the bat in the ongoing tournament, will be tested once again by the raw pace of Nagarkoti and deceptive spin attack, comprising southpaws Anukul Roy and Abhishek Sharma.
Pakistan though will bank on their pacers — especially the tall and dangerous Shaheen Afridi — to test the Indian batting unit that has enjoyed quite a lot of success in the tournament so far. History favours the Boys in Blue in Tuesday's clash as they have emerged successful 12 times.
Their most recent win came at the U World Cup when Sanju Samson played a match-winning knock.
Under Dravid, India made the final of last edition in and finished runners-up after losing to West Indies.