World Cup 2019: Pakistan batsman Babar Azam learns by watching Virat Kohli bat

first_imgWorld Cup 2019: Pakistan batsman Babar Azam learns by watching Virat Kohli batIndia take on Pakistan in a much-anticipated ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash on Sunday at Old Trafford in Manchester. Babar Azam is Pakistan’s key player for this match against India.advertisement Press Trust of India ManchesterJune 14, 2019UPDATED: June 14, 2019 23:50 IST Babaz Azam is Pakistan’s most consistent batsmen in ODIs. (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSIndia face arch-rivals Pakistan in Manchester on June 16Babar, who scored a brilliant 63 in Pakistan’s victory over England, is a key player for PakistanHaving played six matches, India has never lost to Pakistan in World CupPakistan batsman Babar Azam models himself on Virat Kohli and is preparing for Sunday’s high-voltage World Cup clash between the arch-rivals by watching videos of the Indian captain.Babar, who scored a brilliant 63 in Pakistan’s victory over England, is a key player for Pakistan as his side seeks its maiden World Cup win over India.”I watch his batting and the way he bats in various conditions and try to learn from them,” Babar told reporters on Friday.”His (Kohli’s) winning ratio is higher (for India) so I am trying to achieve that as well,” the 24 year-old right-handed batsman said.Babar said his side would take inspiration from their Champions Trophy final victory over India two years ago.”The Champions Trophy win gave us confidence and will also help here as well because the team is mostly the same and that win is always an inspiration,” he said.Pakistan suffered a 124-run defeat against India in the opening match of the Champions Trophy but hit back by crushing their arch-rivals in the final. Their 180-run win at the Oval is the biggest over India in all ODIs.”That win can never go off our memories and it’s a big inspiration. We are well prepared for this match because India and Pakistan matches are exciting and demanding and the whole world watches it,” Babar said.”The whole team is positive so we are looking forward to the match. Not only me but all the players want to finish on a high, whoever hits form wants to win it.”advertisementAsked about India’s lethal attack led by world number one ODI bowler Jasprit Bumeah, he said, “No doubt, India have a good bowling attack but we have played well against England who also have a very good pace attack so all of us are confident the Indian pace attack will be properly handled.Also Read | World Cup 2019: Sri Lanka make official complaint to ICC about ‘unfair’ pitchesAlso Read | Mohammad Yousuf slams PCB for allowing families to stay with players ahead of India clashAlso See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySaurabh Kumar Tags :Follow World Cup 2019Follow India vs PakistanFollow Babar AzamFollow Virat Kohli Nextlast_img read more

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Government Surplus Auction

first_imgThe Nova Scotia government will hold its next surplus equipment auction on Saturday, April 21. A list of items to be auctioned is not yet available, but is expected to include commercial kitchen equipment, machine shop equipment, and a few motor vehicles. A complete list of items and photos will be posted on the following website one or two days before the auction athttp://www.gov.ns.ca/tran/govservices/govauction.asp”>www.gov.ns.ca/tran/govservices/govauction.asp</a> . The auction will be held at the Department of Transportation and Public Works’ warehouse at 10 Acadia St. in Dartmouth at 10 a.m. The items can be viewed between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. The auction will be conducted by A&A Auctioneering. Payment must be made by cash or auctioneer-approved cheque. Credit cards or debit cards will not be accepted. Money earned in this auction is used to help pay down the provincial debt.last_img read more

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