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India one of the favourites for Champions Trophy, says Vaas

DNMUM388865 | 5/18/2017 | Author : Taus Rizvi | WC :297



Mumbai: Sri Lanka bowling great Chaminda Vaas feels India are one of the favourites to win the Champions Trophy to be played in England from June 1.
In Mumbai to train young fast bowlers at a cricket clinic here, the former left-arm pacer says: “Whoever is doing well now stands a good chance to win. For me, first is England, then New Zealand have a good chance. And then one sub-continent team from either Sri Lanka, Pakistan or defending champions India.
The man with more than 750 international wickets said fast bowlers will be key in England. “It also depends on the wickets. It’s going to be cold and fresh which is good for fast bowlers. It will be them who will hold the key.”
Vaas is sure that the Indian captain Virat Kohli wi
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