Left-arm all-rounder Imad Wasim thinks that the World Cup clash against India is just an another match for them and they will plan things match by match.
Imad, while speaking to the ARY News in Lahore, said that the team is well prepared for the multi-nation tournament, scheduled to start from May 30 in England and Wales.
“We know that all eyes are on India vs Pakistan clash in the World Cup but for us its just a game,” said the all-rounder.
To a query about his fitness, Imad said that he is working hard to get 100 percent fitness for the mega event and hopefully the things will turn in his favor.
“I am ready for the tournament and will try my best to contribute worthy for my country,” he said.
Leg-spinner Shadab Khan hopes that the team will play as a unit and bring the World Cup glory to Pakistan once again. “We are ready to face challenges. Everyone in the team is desperate to lift the coveted World Cup,” said Shadab who believes that Pakistan team has the ability to overcome arch-rivals India despite immense pressure.
Young pace sensation Shaheen Shah Afridi is confident to hunt wickets of Indian batsmen in their scheduled match of June 16. “I have played against them earlier but was not able to do well. This will be yet another opportunity for me and I am hopeful to grab it from both hands,” 20-years-old said.
It is pertinent to mention here that Pakistan will leave for UK on April 23 where they will play a five-match ODI series against the hosts scheduled from May 8 to 19.