Preview: J&K eyes to break losing streak against Delhi

By: Mohsin Kamal

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After going down against Jharkhand, Jammu and Kashmir is set to lock horns with Delhi on Saturday in the third match of Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy at Andhra Pradesh.

Both the teams have won and lost a match each thus far in the tournament as J&K pipped Nagaland in as lost to Jharkhand while Delhi won against Manipur and were defeated by Jharkhand.

The Parvez Rasool-led side looked quite confident after 10-wicket triumph against Nagaland, posting highest T20 ever while facing Jharkhand in the second match. However, their unimpressive bowling show cost them a big defeat.

The two sides have met as many as nine times so far in the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy, with Delhi having won all the matches.

Meanwhile, owing to the team’s form and the good combination, J&K would be aiming to break the jinx by cruising past mighty Delhi, when they face each other tomorrow. Although, it’s never going to be easy as the Capital city team will look to continue their dominance.