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Last Updated: 20th November, 2019 17:07 ISTShami Can Be Deadly On Any Surface, With Any Ball, Says SahaIndia wicketkeeper Saha on Wednesday brushed aside concerns about the pink ball being a challenge for bowlers like Shami who can be deadly on any surface Written By Press Trust Of India India wicketkeeper Wriddhiman Saha on Wednesday brushed aside concerns about the pink ball being a challenge for bowlers like Mohammed Shami who, according to him, can be trusted to come good irrespective of the ball's colour or the nature of the surface. India will take on Bangladesh in their maiden Day/Night Test starting here on Friday. Shami had a match haul of seven wickets among the Indian pace attack's collective haul of 14 scalps in the home team's innings and 130-run victory over Bangladesh in the first Test in Indore. "With the form they (Shami, Ishant Sharma and Umesh Yadav) are in, the pink ball is not a factor. Especially (Mohammed) Shami, he can be deadly on any wicket. He has pace and is able to extract reverse swing," Saha said when asked whether colour of the ball will make more difference.

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