"It is a tough draw for us and we are looking forward to the second match against India in Dharamasala," he said yesterday. "We have little time left to prepare for the World Twenty20 and we need to finalize our combination when we tour New Zealand next month," he added.

The flamboyant all-rounder who has said he plans to retire after the World Twenty20 in India said the match against the hosts would be a big one.
     
Pakistan who won the World Twenty20 in 2009 in England are placed in Group 2 of the Super Ten round in the sixth edition of the World Twenty20 to be held from March 9-April 3 2016, along with hosts India, Australia, New Zealand, and a yet to be decided qualifier.

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