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‘Bhai Saab Bahut Thand Hai’- Indian players feel the cold in Mohali prior to 1st T20I against Afghanistan

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Cricket enthusiasts are eagerly anticipating an exciting three-match T20I series between Team India and Afghanistan, scheduled to kick off on January 11. The inaugural match is slated to take place at the Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium in Mohali, where both teams will be braving the chilly winter conditions. Providing a glimpse into the players’ preparation, the BCCI shared a video on social media showcasing the Indian players enduring the cold weather during an intense training session at the IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali. A day before the game in Mohali, Indian cricket players shared their insights and experiences about the upcoming match during their practice session.

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Significantly, numerous areas, particularly in North India, are currently encountering a rapid decline in temperatures, resulting in extensive fog and haze. This not only diminishes visibility, particularly in the morning, but it has also resulted in delayed starts and a limited number of overs bowled in many matches during the ongoing Ranji Trophy. In Lahli, Rohtak, a match between Haryana and Rajasthan failed to complete the first innings, with play being impossible on three out of the four scheduled days.

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As the teams set their sights on triumph, this series signifies India’s last engagement in the shortest format prior to the T20 World Cup later this year. India and Afghanistan are both keen to commence the series positively, with India preparing for the upcoming red-ball series against England on their home turf.

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