Dav Whatmore wants 'consistent show' from Pak team during India series
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Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore has said that his team will have to show consistency in order to achieve good results against India, ahead of their opening Twenty20 fixture in Bangalore on Tuesday. The Express Tribune quoted Whatmore, as saying that he is hopeful of a good performance as Pakistan have prepared well for the series. Whatmore said he was not feeling the pressure to be in India as Pakistan coach, as he has previously worked with players from India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Meanwhile, according to a team official, the Pakistan players were unperturbed with the presence of heavy security. As per reports, around 5000 security officials have been deployed to ensure security of players and spectators.
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