Michael Atherton & Nasser Hussain discuss Scotland, India and Afghanistan’s T20 World Cup

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Sky Sports Cricket published this video item, entitled “Michael Atherton & Nasser Hussain discuss Scotland, India and Afghanistan’s T20 World Cup” – below is their description.

Ahead of Scotland vs New Zealand, Michael Atherton & Nasser Hussain talk about the chances England and Scotland face in the remaining few matches in the T20 World Cup.

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