Asia Cup 2018 is here, and it has already triggered our enthusiasm to a new level, and the level of the expectations can't be given a name.
Asia cup titles shall begin in the UAE on September 15. It is the 14th edition of the Asia Cup and this year Dubai is going to host this series from 15th September to 28th September 2018.
The tournament shall be kick-started with Bangladesh and Sri Lanka playing the inaugural match.
WHO ALL ARE PARTICIPATING?
2018 would witness the participating teams from India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka as direction qualification for the tournament.
THE FORMAT IS TRANSFORMED FOR SOMETHING BETTER
This year Asian Cricket Council has changed the round-robin league format and has bifurcated into six teams into two groups. The top two teams from each group would be taken to the Super 4 stage, wherein all the four teams would face each other to win the title.
WHAT IS THE RECORD OF INDIA?
India holds the very impressive record, where the 3 consecutive wins between 1988 to 1995 Indian team has witnessed.
But as recently India lost the three-match ODI series against England by 2-1, there are many speculations on rife.
As Virat Kohli has taken a decision to rest his skills for the 14th edition of the Asia Cup after the exhausting Test series in England, so now Rohit Sharma is going to lead India.
HOW WILL ROHIT HELP INDIA TO WIN THE TITLE?
Albeit the absence of Kohli makes a difference, but Rohit holds an incredible track record, which shall be the reason for India to grab the consecutive Asia Cup titles.
Now get ready to stay glued to your Television, and let’s increase the heat of Dubai with our support to our Indian players let our blue team spread the glory of victory in Asian Games.
We at Cosco, wish the good wishes and never-ending support to our favorite Indian team and expect that once again the glorious history would be retained in 2018.
However to increase the temperature with some more degrees, we throw the quiz ball to our readers and ask…
Do you think India can win the Asia Cup 2018 under Rohit Sharma?
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