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Ganguly picks his semi-finalists for ODI World Cup 2023

Ganguly wants India versus Pakistan in the semi-finals of the upcoming ODI World Cup.

Former captain Souraf Ganguly believes Australia, England and India are the favorites to reach the semi-finals of the ODI World Cup, which starts on 5 October. He added that New Zealand could never be ruled out and hoped Pakistan would advance to the next round so fans could enjoy the classic India-Pakistan thriller.

If India face Pakistan in the semi-finals, the match will be played at Eden Gardens in Souraf’s hometown of Kolkata. As such, he remains excited about the potential India-Pakistan matchup at the legendary Eden Gardens.

“It’s very difficult to say. Australia, UK, India. New Zealand cannot be underestimated for such a big game. Select 5 and also include Pakistan. India v Pakistan semi-final will be held at Eden Gardens as Pakistan has advanced qualifiers (laughs),” Ganguly was quoted by RevSportz as saying.

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Former cricketer believes Indian players are so strong in this regard that there is no mental pressure, but the players perform He added that he was unable to improve and showed good performance under high pressure. He added that there will be some pressure on the team, this time in India, but that the players believe they can handle it.

“The pressure is always there. When they played before, there was pressure. Rohit Sharma was five centuries behind him at the last ODI World Championship. Pressure is fine. They will surely find a way to succeed. There was pressure to perform when Rahul Dravid was a player, and now that he’s head coach, there’s still pressure to perform. It doesn’t go away and I don’t think the pressure is the problem.

You may not perform well in critical situations. I don’t think it’s because of mental pressure, it’s just a matter of execution. They are mentally strong people. I hope they cross the line soon,” Ganguly added.



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