India’s limited-overs skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni said that the Asia Cup finale against Bangladesh will be 'good final'. He acknowledges that Bangladesh will know the conditions well but also insists that since India have played four games, they are familiar with it too.
"A lot depends on which team plays better cricket. In this format, the difference between the two teams can often be just one knock, one individual having a very good day or one bowler having a very good day. The difference between a good team and not so good team can be just a performance on that particular day. So I feel it will be a very good final," he said.
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