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Pak-India face off today in the high-voltage match of the Super Four

Pak-India face off today in the high-voltage match of the Super Four
Pak-India face off today in the high-voltage match of the Super Four

Bilateral series between the two countries does not happen due to political animosity. The most awaited India-Pakistan match in the world of cricket can be seen here.

Cricket fans have to watch like chatak birds for each match. But this time they are getting rain without asking for clouds. India and Pakistan are going to meet for the second time in a week.

The two teams will fight in the Super Four phase today (September 4) at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. The match will start at 8 pm Bangladesh time.

On August 28, India-Pakistan met in the group stage of the Asia Cup. India won in the last over in a competitive match with 5 wickets and 2 balls in hand.

For Pakistan, the fight in the Super Four stage is therefore a revenge in a sense. It is already a battle of dignity. He lost a week ago. Pakistan will want to take revenge by any means.

However, judging by the recent form, India is ahead. Rohit Sharma’s team confirmed the last four as Group ‘A’ champions after winning both matches (Pakistan and Hong Kong) in the group stage.

India lost in Hong Kong by 40 runs in the group stage. In that comparison, however, Pakistan can put itself ahead. Hong Kong has been destroyed by them and entered the Super Four.

Pakistan wrapped up Hong Kong by just 38 runs to win by 155 runs on Friday night. As a result, despite losing to India in the first match, Babar Azam’s team got the Super Four ticket as the runner-up in the ‘A’ group.

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