India is getting ready for Pakistan under challenging batting conditions. 

Following an elbow strike during the Ireland match, Rohit Sharma was forced to retire injured. 

After his team defeated Ireland by eight wickets on a challenging surface in New York, Rohit Sharma stated that India would get ready for challenging batting conditions when they play Pakistan on Sunday. 

Rohit remarked, "I don't know what to expect from the pitch to be honest, but we will prepare as if the conditions are going to be like this," following India's Wednesday defeat of Ireland for 96 runs in New York. 

Rohit Sharma, despite India's win over Ireland, admitted he's unsure about upcoming pitches and wants his team prepared for swinging conditions.

Rohit Sharma admits India's bowling attack may need to adapt to pitches favoring fast bowlers, despite previously emphasizing spin as a strength.

Rohit Sharma says India is open to changing their bowling attack based on pitch conditions and highlights the all-round abilities of his spinners.

– Rohit Sharma scored a 50 for India against Ireland. – He retired hurt after a short ball from Josh Little hit his arm. – Former England coach Andy Flower criticized the pitch, calling it "bordering on dangerous.

Jasprit Bumrah starred with a Player of the Match performance (2 wickets for 6 runs in 3 overs) in his T20 World Cup return after a back injury. He relished bowling in the New York conditions.

Jasprit Bumrah thrived in the swinging New York conditions, highlighting the importance of adapting to the pitch and being proactive in T20 cricket.