Morung Express – SOUTHAMPTON, June 21(Reuters): Afghanistan need regular exposure against the top teams before they can compete at the World Cup, captain Gulbadin Naib said ahead of Saturday’s match against India.

Summary

  • SOUTHAMPTON, June 21(Reuters): Afghanistan need regular exposure against the top teams before they can compete at the World Cup, captain Gulbadin Naib said ahead of Saturday’s match against India.
  • But we need to improve our game, so we should play strong teams like India, Australia, South Africa, Pakistan,” Naib said at Hampshire Bowl on Friday.
  • The Afghanistan Cricket Board is exploring possibilities of bilateral series against top teams, the 28-year-old said.
  • “The board is trying to arrange series against them but the schedule of the top eight teams are very tight.
  • They face another title contender on Saturday and Nabi admitted India, unbeaten in the tournament so far, would be a tough test for his team.


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