MIRPUR (Agencies) - If one were to go by former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja's words, India will be under enormous pressure in the semifinal against Pakistan in Mohali on March 30, not just because the Indians will be playing at home, but also because this Pakistan side, according to him, has been the best side in the tournament and also one of the best disciplined sides. "India will be under pressure to perform at home. Also, Pakistan have been easily the best side in the tournament and one of the best disciplined sides in the history of Pakistan cricket. This team is like one good unit. The players and the team management have great co-ordination and every player, senior or junior, has a voice in the dressing room. I don't see why they can't make it to the final by beating India," Raja told TOI. When reminded that Pakistan never won a World Cup match against India, Raja said: "I'm sure even the Pakistan players are aware of this track record, but this is a different game. What happened in 2003 is history. I am sure it will be tough match for both the teams." After watching the manner in which India beat Australia, will Pakistan think up something different for match against India? "I would certainly play Shoaib Akhtar in the match because you need an extra pacer in the Indian match," he said.