2017 ICC Champions Trophy: Scientific Astrologer Predicts Winner Of India-Pakistan Final
While both India and Pakistan are leaving no stone unturned to win the all-important ICC Champions Trophy, scientific astrologer Greenstone Lobo has backed Men in Blue to defend the title they had won four years ago.
Both the teams have looked like in good form in their march to the summit clash. Barring the blip against Sri Lanka during the group stage when they had lost despite posting a massive 321, India have looked like the team to beat in the ongoing tournament. Right from the very first game, they have proved their title credentials with some superlative performances.
On the other hand, Pakistan also turned their campaign remarkably well after suffering a heavy defeat against India in the opening game. Since then, they have defeated South Africa, Sri Lanka and the formidable England team to make it to their maiden Champions Trophy.
Pakistan’s later resurgence has convinced many that they are more than capable to cause an upset in the final but the scientific astrologer believes the combination of new captain, new coach, and new look team will work in the favour of the Indian team and will help them lift the title for a record third time. He also said that the stars and planets are in the favor of the Indian skipper Virat Kohli who is all set to lift his first major as a captain of the team India.
“Talking about captains, it is clear that the moment has arrived when Virat Kohli picks up his first major trophy as a Captain. Uranus, Planet-Z (2008 FC76), Planet-X (2007 RH283) and Mars in exaltation and Venus in super strong position on his birth chart meant Cheeku always had it in him to be a great skipper,” he wrote in his column for Sportskeeda.
He also said that Kohli’s disappointing run in the Indian Premier League will work wonders for the Indian team.
“His disappointing run in the IPL tournament is a blessing in disguise for India. That way, Virat has kept his ‘karmic balance’ intact by not captaining a team to victory in a major multi-team championship in recent times,” he added.
He also said that the planetary motion of head coach Anil Kumble is equally favorable at the moment and so the timing is just perfect for Team India to lay their hands on the coveted title.
“Planetary alignment is very much in favour of India as Anil Kumble, who has an extraordinary horoscope, is the coach. He definitely has it in him to coach a team to a major tournament victory and this is his perfect chance to do the same,” he said.
Writing about why Pakistan would find it tough to win the title, Lobo explained that Sarfraz Ahmed has it in him to win a tournament but needs more balanced team for the same. He also said that Umar Akmal’s presence in the team is necessary for success.
“Sarfraz definitely has it in him to win another ICC tournament as captain but that would be another time with an astrologically balanced Pakistan team. There is one player who needs to be in the playing eleven if Pakistan is to harbour hopes of winning a major tournament in the near future – Umar Akmal,” he wrote.
“Also, the presence of too young a player in Shadab Khan gives the astrological balance a negative tilt for Pakistan. Contrarily, for India, the players are of the right age to win the tournament of this magnitude,” added the astrologer.
The high-octane final will be played at The Oval on Sunday (June 18).
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