“The advice to the players is to be consistent and to take the match against Pakistan as just another one. The team is young and a little raw and the nerve factor could possibly separate the winner,” said Nobbs.
India began this tournament with a 3-4 defeat to Australia and followed it up with a 1-2 loss to South Korea.
Pakistan, on the other hand, opened their campaign with a 3-4 win against New Zealand before being hammered 0-6 by six-time champs Australia.
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