India vs Pakistan 2nd ODI Highlights 03 Jan 2013

india_pakistan_2012_2013-logoWatch India vs Pakistan 2nd odi cricket match highlights and ball by ball score at at Kolkata, India 03 jan 2013. The Pakistan cricket team will tour India from 25 December 2012 to 6 January 2013. The tour will consist of three One Day Internationals, and two Twenty20 matches.

 

 

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India squad
MS Dhoni*†, R Ashwin, AB Dinda, G Gambhir, RA Jadeja, V Kohli, B Kumar, A Mishra, AM Rahane, SK Raina, V Sehwag, Shami Ahmed, I Sharma, RG Sharma, Yuvraj Singh
Pakistan squad
Misbah-ul-Haq*, Anwar Ali, Azhar Ali, Haris Sohail, Imran Farhat, Junaid Khan, Kamran Akmal†, Mohammad Hafeez, Mohammad Irfan, Nasir Jamshed, Saeed Ajmal, Shoaib Malik, Umar Akmal, Umar Gul, Wahab Riaz, Younis Khan, Zulfiqar Babar

India’s win in the second T20 in Ahmedabad is good for the context of the tour; the 1-1 scoreline sets up the three-match one-day series nicely. The T20 was closely fought, but some improved death bowling helped India save face after two consecutive T20 losses. The two teams haven’t seen much of each other in the last two years, with India winning all three one-dayers in that period – their most recent meeting was in Mirpur this March for the Asia Cup.

This short one-day series promises to be just as competitive, provided the weather doesn’t stand in the way. It has been raining in Chennai since Friday and more rain is forecast for Sunday. A 9am start means there’s less time for the outfield to dry up. Bizarrely, this is the first time India will be playing a one-dayer at home in 2012, having played games in Australia, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. If the wet weather persists, there’s a chance this series may only properly start in 2013, which is just a few days away.

Pakistan have fond memories of Chepauk, where Saeed Anwar scored his iconic 194 in a one-dayer in 1997 and where they staged one of Test cricket’s most remarkable comebacks. Pakistan can do with the happy vibes, because despite the Asia Cup win they haven’t had the happiest year in one-day internationals, winning six and losing ten. The series defeats to Sri Lanka and Australia, following the Asia Cup, would have hurt.