India vs Afghanistan: Suspense on opening batsman for team India in Bangalore test match

12 Jun 2018 07:21 PM

India vs Afghanistan: Suspense on opening batsman for team India in Bangalore test match

Updated 12 Jun 2018 07:21 PM

The one-off Test against India will be Afghanistan's first step towards being ranked on the ICC Test Team Rankings and a chance for their gifted players to enter the individual rankings after making a mark in limited overs cricket.
India stand to lose three points if they lose this match but their number-one position is under no threat, thanks to a 13-point lead over South Africa.
Afghanistan's spinners will be in focus as Rashid Khan (top-ranked in T20Is, second in ODIs) and Mohammad Nabi (eighth in T20Is, 16th in ODIs) look to make a mark in Test cricket.
Among batsmen, Rahmat Shah is their leading player in ODIs at 32nd position.

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