Pakistan will take on New Zealand in what will be a must-win game for the them in Mohali todat.
A resurgent New Zealand will be eyeing a semi-final berth when they take on a deflated Pakistan in a World T20 Group Two match in Mohali today.
Smarting under a six-wicket defeat to arch rivals India, Shahid Afridi's men need a victory against the table-topping Kiwis to keep their hopes alive of winning the trophy for a second time.
Pakistan won their opener against Bangladesh comfortably but things have since gone downhill as they unravelled against the Indians on Saturday, sparking an angry backlash from fans back home.
The Black Caps in contrast have been riding high with their horses for courses policy paying rich dividends against India and Australia.
New Zealand are perched on top of Group 2 with four points followed by India and Pakistan on two each from as many games.. Tags: #Pakistan #
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