With anticipation behind their new orange jersey, India is all set to take on Afghanistan in the match no. 28 of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The match will be played at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton on Saturday, June 22.

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India 143/4 in 33 overs.

India wins toss and bats first

The match is scheduled to start at 9:30 AM GMT, 3:00 PM IST, 2:00 PM AFT.

India has started their tournament on a high and hasn't lost a single match so far. They have three wins and one is drawn match to their name. India is in the fourth position on the points table.

Afghanistan has been almost knocked out of the tournament after suffering five consecutive losses in this tournament. They are lying at the bottom of the points table and are yet to register a point to their name.

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IND vs AFG broadcast details

Star Sports channels will broadcast IND vs AFG live in India. Hotstar will live stream the match via its app and website for the premium subscribers in the Indian subcontinent. Radio Television Afghanistan will telecast the match live in Afghanistan.

PTV Sports and Ten Sports will telecast the match in Pakistan.

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Bhuvaneswar yet to gain full fitness

Shikhar Dhawan was officially ruled out of the tournament earlier this week.

Rishabh Pant has been called into the team as a replacement of the experienced left-handed batsman. Vijay Shankar who had replaced Dhawan in the side against Pakistan had suffered a slight niggle in the practice session.

According to the Cricbuzz report, he is now fit and will appear in this match. Bhuvaneswar Kumar had injured himself during Pakistan's clash and he is expected to sit out of this match.

Mohammad Shami, who has been waiting in the sidelines, will finally get an opportunity to make a comeback into the side. Other than that, no further changes can be expected in the XI.

A good pitch and clear weather await the Asian teams

Afghanistan did lose the match England by 150 runs, but one positive for them was the fact that they could manage to bat the whole quota of 50 overs for the first time in this tournament.

Having said, Afghanistan may not change their batting unit but they could bring one pacer in place of Rashid Khan or Mujeeb Ur Rehman.

Southampton could present a lively wicket with some bounce on it. The pitch might offer some swing early on but it will be flat for most of the day. The team winning the toss is likely to bowl first as the hint of swing in the morning could be difficult for the batsmen. No rain is expected, which is a piece of good news.