Firing on all cylinders, India had registerd a record breaking 140-run win in their first match of the tri-series against Pakistan and thrashed hosts Bangladesh by seven-wickets in the second game.
The new look Indian team are way ahead of their arch rivals as the young brigade has showed lot of prospects in all the three departments - batting, bowling and fielding.
India's new opening pair in the 50-over format Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir had laid the platform for the victories with aggressive partnerships of 155 and 85 runs against Pakistan and Bangladesh respectively.
Left-handed batsman Gambhir, who is enjoying the form of his life, obviously keen to continue his good work with bat up front.
Gambhir has very seldomly disappointed India since hitting purple patch during the T20 World Cup in the later half of 2007. He scored heavily in VB tri-series Down Under and the recently concluded IPL.
His partner Sehwag too has regained his lost touch, thanks to his stint with Daredevils in IPL. Viru has set the tone for India with two brisk knocks.
The openers' contribution was extremely vital because of the conditions in Mirpur. As the colour of the pitch, unusually dark because of the black soil used, also makes it difficult for new batsmen in the middle-order to sight the ball because it gets discoloured around the 25th over.
The pitch also tends to get slower as the ball gets older, hence it is imperative for the openers to score significantly while the ball is new.
India's middle order also looked very strong with the precense of Rohit Sharma, Yuvraj Singh, Suresh Raina, and skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Yuvraj has hinted that he is in great touch with a breezy 55 off 54 balls in the match against Pakistan while Raina, Rohit and the skipper himself looked in touch with some small but important innings.
As the conditions in Mirpur are assisting the slow blowers, the IPL sensation Yusuf Pathan will be dangerous with his teasing off-spins along with young leggie Piyush Chawla who is improving in each and every outing.
Yusuf, with his younger brother Irfan Pathan also gave an oppurtunity to skipper Dhoni to use both the players as floaters in the batting line-up due to their ability to destroy any attack.
India's bowling department is also full of variety and talent.
Young pace sensation Ishant Sharma, swing bowler Praveen Kumar along with all-rounder Irfan Pathan are looking too hot to handle.
Irfan, however, looked out of sorts in yesterday's match but Ishant and Praveen kumar looks dangerous, especially latters swing can destroy any batting line up.
Meanwhile, in the abscence of pace spearheads Mohhammad Asif and Shoiab Akhtar, the Pakistan bowling attack is looking a tad depleted.
The onus will be on the right-arm pacer Umar Gul and left-arm unorthodox pacer Shoail Tanvir.
Pakistan's batting line up was also not so arranged as the whole outfit looks confused. Apart from skipper Shoaib Malik none of their batsmen are playing to a plan.
The Pakistanis will have to raise their game by quite a few notches to have any hope of lifting the trophy.
India: Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir, Rohit Sharma, Yuvraj Singh, Mahendra Singh Dhoni (capt, wk), Suresh Raina, Yusuf Pathan, Irfan Pathan, Piyush Chawla, Praveen Kumar and Ishant Sharma or RP Singh.
Pakistan: Salman Butt, Kamran Akmal (wk), Younis Khan, Mohammad Yousuf, Misbah-ul-Haq, Shoaib Malik (capt), Shahid Afridi, Sohail Tanvir, Fawad Alam, Wahab Riaz and Umar Gul.