New Delhi: As Pakistan are set to play their opening match of the Asia Cup against arch-rivals India on Saturday, pacer Mohammad Amir warned Men in Blue by saying that he is getting back his old rhythm.
Whenever these two neighbors face each other, it's always been like Indian batsmen against Pakistan bowlers. And this time too it's going to be the same.
If India have a power-packed batting line up, than, Pakistan too have a robust fast bowling attack, comprising - Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Irfan, Mohammad Sami and Wahab Riaz.
“The preparations have been good.We have been playing a lot of Twenty20 cricket thanks to the Pakistan Super League (PSL). I am looking forward to the challenge of bowling to the Indian batsmen on Saturday ,“ Amir told The Times of India.
In PSL, Amir, who made a comeback in the national team after serving a five-year ban for spot-fixing, played for Karachi Kings and even took a hat-trick against Lahore Qalandars.
“The performances during PSL have been good. I am getting back my old rhythm which is giving me a lot of confidence,“ Amir added.
Pakistan will lock horns with India on Saturday at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur.