Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam expressed his excitement for the upcoming World Cup clash against arch-rival India on October 14. He mentioned that he is looking forward to playing in Ahmedabad, which has the biggest stadium in the world and will be packed for the India-Pakistan match. The team is set to depart for India tomorrow and will first play warm-up matches against New Zealand and Australia. Their World Cup campaign will officially start on October 6 against The Netherlands. Their third match will be the highly anticipated encounter against India on October 14 in Ahmedabad. Babar mentioned that the team’s morale is high and requested the nation’s support through prayers. He acknowledged that the team didn’t perform their best during the recent Asia Cup but assured that they have learned from their mistakes and will give their best in the World Cup. Babar expressed confidence in the team’s spinners and stated that they will perform well in the tournament. He emphasized the squad’s focus on winning all nine matches and ultimately lifting the trophy.
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