India will take on Afghanistan in a Super-Four match of the Asia Cup at the Dubai International Stadium in Dubai on Tuesday, September 25, 2018.

Live updates:

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The match will be starting at 4:15 PM AFT, 5:00 PM IST.

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India and Afghanistan have had completely opposite fortunes in the Super Four round so far. India has won both their matches against Pakistan and Bangladesh, while Afghanistan has lost both their matches against the same oppositions.

Prior to this game, the two teams have played only one ODI before, which was back in the 2014 Asia Cup. India won that game comfortably by eight wickets.

India likely to test their bench

After the nine-wicket victory against Pakistan on Sunday, India booked a place in the Final of the Asia Cup 2018 which will be played at the Dubai International Stadium on September 28. Since India have already made it into the summit clash, there are chances that the team management might opt to play some players from the bench.

According to the Cricbuzz, KL Rahul and Manish Pandey might be given an opportunity, while Shikhar Dhawan and Dinesh Karthik can be given a rest day before the final.

There is also a possibility that Jasprit Bumrah might be rested, keeping in mind the hectic schedule for the Indian team after the Asia Cup. Well, there is also a possibility that Rohit Sharma may surprise everybody and pick the same XI, just so that he doesn't mess up with the winning combination.

Afghanistan looking for a hopeful end to the tournament

Afghanistan is coming into this game after another loss in a thriller of a game against Bangladesh on Sunday.

The loss, though, eliminated them from the competition after a spirited campaign by the side which saw them beat Sri Lanka and Bangladesh once each.

The only change that Afghanistan has made in this tournament is that of choosing between Samiullah Shenwari and Najibullah Zadran in alternative games. Afghanistan might be tempted to try some of their reverses for this dead rubber, or end up playing the strongest XI they have just to end the tournament on a high.

The temperature will again cross 40 degrees during the day, while the pitch will be dry and easy to bat on as the game progresses, something which we have seen in each of the games featuring India.

Read: Asia Cup Super-Four: Pakistan v India live streaming on PTV Sports, Hotstar at 4 PM Sunday

Also read: Bangladesh vs Afghanistan live cricket streaming on GTV, Star Sports at 5 PM