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Tough to beat India, says captain Abbas

other Updated: Oct 29, 2010 23:25 IST
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Pakistan captain Zeeshan Ashraf and striker Rehan Butt may be itching to avenge the recent defeats against arch-rivals India at the upcoming Asian Games, but world's greatest drag-flicker Sohail Abbas feels that it will not be easy to beat India as Rajpal Singh and Co are far better team now. "India have performed tremendously well in the Commonwealth Games. They will be the toughest team to beat," said Abbas.

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