South African batsman JP Duminy is confident: “India is the team to beat”

Mumbai: India and South Africa begin to start warm-up match of Twenty20 World Cup in the Wankhede Stadium on today 7.30 pm. South African batsman Jean-Paul Duminy who played Delhi Daredevils in the IPL league said on Friday that  due to play in Indian Premier League (IPL), his teammates have become aware of the situation in India.  Duminy also said at the press conference, Our team players are playing in the IPL for many years. We have a situation here well-informed, so now we do not feel like playing abroad.

Duminy said that we as a team have learned a lot from the defeat against Australia. It was before the World Cup series. We are pleased that our team is and the way is our batting, that we further will.

Duminy Asked whether the team is still ongoing with the tag Chokars until then, he said, our team did not win a major title, the tag will remain with us until then.

He also said that While we do not win a major title will remain with us until the tag. We did not do well in the big games and pressure conditions. There are pressure and expectations, but we will always have a good team at the moment and so we have the chance.

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