It is cricket frenzy all across the nation as Indian team is set to take on Pakistan in its opening Champions Trophy match on Sunday at Edgbaston, England.
The men in blue have been slogging it out in the nets with the sole focus of winning the much anticipated match against their sub continental rivals.
Let's find out how the Indian side is prepping.
How prepared are India to take on Pakistan?
India to beat Pakistan, says Afridi
Retired Pakistan's captain Shahid Afridi said that the "the recent history and depth of Indian side gives them an edge over Pakistan heading into the match."
Are we up for it mentally?
The different aspects of match day readiness can broadly be based on technical, mental, and pitch specific preparation.
However with the experience of constant public scrutiny on their side, Indian team is expected to come out strong in this aspect.
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