India and Pakistan's one-sided World Cup history

India and Pakistan's one-sided World Cup history

"Pakistan has always been unpredictable, and they are a unsafe side - so there is no way the Indian team is going to take them lightly", said Tendulkar on the Philips Hue Cricket Live on the Star Sports Network.

Two two days before the marquee India-Pakistan clash in the World Cup, highly-rated Pakistan batsman Babar Azam said on Friday that he always tried to learn from India skipper Virat Kohli.

India will also be itching to play because they'd be confident of getting a full two points from the game.

India captain Virat Kohli in relaxed mood ahead of his side's massive encounter with their arch rivals. There was a washout against Sri Lanka in Bristol before a loss to Australia, which was closer than the scoreboard suggested in Somerset. The Asian Emerging Nations Cup was held in Karachi and Dubai earlier this year with India playing all their matches in UAE while Pakistan played their group games in Karachi and later travelled to UAE for the final round.

Pakistan coach, Mickey Arthur, right, has New Zealander Grant Bradburn, left, in his ranks as the team's fielding coach. In the current Indian team, Dhoni has played the most number of matches against Pakistan. "That's the type of confidence we have carried in the first two games, and we want to continue in the same manner in the next whatever coming games we have". The BBC reported there were 700,000 applications for tickets.

ICC World Cup 2019 has been one rain-marred event so far! "If I couldn't play well, I will lose my wicket". As the cricket fans all over the world say the match is not just a game it's an emotion.

"It only takes one moment of magic".

Wasim admits India have a stronger line-up, but he insists Pakistan can still shock their rivals in a one-off match, as they did in the 2017 Champions Trophy final.

Recently, a spoof video came out on social media duplicating what transpired when Indian Air Force Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman was captured by Pakistani troops. But against Australia, they failed to maintain their consistency and had to face a 41-run defeat in Taunton.

But the game was still the first World Cup fixture to sell out - hours after tickets went on sale for the 19,000-capacity stadium - and millions more will be watching at home.

"Pakistan Admits the only Cup they can win is this "Tea Cup" #Abhinandan #MoukaMouka" wrote another user along with the picture of a white teacup. So it's not going to be drastically different at one field than any of the other games.

"If you do something incredible out there, you will be remembered forever".

"We know that they have a lot of talent in their team, but we know that, if we play well, then we play really well as a team".

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