Stars aligned for Team India’s victory!

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | BIPIN DANI
Published Jun 17, 2017, 12:00 am IST
Updated Jun 17, 2017, 2:19 am IST
Superior horoscope of Captain Virat Kohli compared to captain Sarfraz Ahmed of Pakistan.
Pakistan has too young a player in Shadab Khan, which tilts the balance.
 Pakistan has too young a player in Shadab Khan, which tilts the balance.

Team India is likely to win the Champions Trophy on Sunday, according to renowned astrologer Greenstone Lobo, who predicts the results based on modern research and scientific methods. In an exclusive interview, he explains why India is likely to win the tournament.  

1 Superior horoscope of Captain Virat Kohli compared to captain Sarfraz Ahmed of Pakistan. He has ‘Planet-Z’ (2008 FC-76) in deepest exaltation, which comes once in about 60 years. He is also going through a fabulous time now. His not winning the recent IPL tournament has kept his “karmic balance” intact.

2 Better astrological “balance” in the Indian team. Team India’s players are of the “right” age to win a tournament of this magnitude. Pakistan has too young a player in Shadab Khan, which tilts the balance.

3 The horoscope of Indian coach Anil Kumble is better than that of Pakistan’s coach Mickey Arthur.
Lobo adds, “Pakistan was destined to make the path easier for India. If England were the finalists against India, the team would have found it difficult to overcome them.” He further says, “The Pakistani team is very strong and can win an ICC tournament in the future, but for that, they would need Umar Akmal in the squad. His absence will impact the current event.”

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Some of Lobo’s bold and precise predictions on cricket include:

  •  India winning the World Cup in 2011.
  •  Australia winning the World Cup in 2015.
  •  Sri Lanka’s win in 2014.
  •  India never winning any World Cup under Dhoni after the 2011 victory.

However, some of his IPL predictions have gone wrong. “It is difficult to
predict events which come more often. It’s easier to predict major events like the World Cup as they come once in two to four years,” he says.  
Interestingly, Lobo has been in this profession since 1989, with his columns regularly appearing in several newspapers.

 




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