T20 World Cup: India vs Pakistan record in the last decade gives India the edge

The much-anticipated high power conflict among India and most despised opponents Pakistan in the impending T20 World Cup will occur on October 24 in Dubai.

The blockbuster conflict of titans will have a great many Cricket sweethearts stuck to their TV sets worldwide when India takes on Pakistan in their initial round of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 at the Dubai International Stadium on October 24.

The India-Pakistan match is critical since the two most despised opponents have met on five events in T20 WC matches before and Team India has figured out how to win every one of the five of these matches.

In case Pakistan can reverse the situation on October 24, it will be whenever that a Pakistani group first will actually want to crush India in a World Cup match.

How about we investigate all past T20 World cup matches

  1. India versus Pakistan, (September 14, 2007 – Durban): India and Pakistan were placed in a similar gathering when T20 cricket was first presented in those days. The match between the two groups was a nearby challenge. Batting first, Team India scored 141 runs. Pursuing the objective, Pakistan additionally scored similar number of runs and the match was tied. After this, the aftereffect of the match came out by ball-out.

Result: INDIA Won

  1. India versus Pakistan (September 24, 2007 – Johannesburg): The Indian group, driven by MS Dhoni, opposed all chances to secure the debut WT20 title on this day 14 years prior. They crushed Pakistan by five runs in an exhilarating last at the Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg.

Result: INDIA Won

  1. India versus Pakistan, (September 30, 2012 – Colombo): India pursue down a meager objective of 129 to beat most outstanding opponent Pakistan by a monstrous 8-wicket edge in their reality T20 Super 8 match in Sri Lankan capital Colombo. Strangely, in this match, Virat Kohli bowled three overs and furthermore got the wicket of Mohammed Hafeez.

Result: INDIA Won

  1. India versus Pakistan, (March 21, 2014 – Dhaka): Team India repeated the experience! This match likewise ended up being exceptionally simple for India. Pakistan batted first and scored only 130 runs in quite a while. Amit Mishra took 2 wickets for 22 runs while bowling splendidly in the match. He likewise astonished 1 lady. Kohli was indeed the most elevated run-scorer for the group. He scored 36 runs in 32 balls.

Result: INDIA Won

  1. India versus Pakistan (March 19, 2016 – Kolkata): The fifth India-Pakistan match in 2016 World Cup was played in Kolkata. By and by, the Pakistan group batted first and yet neglected to set up a major score. The Pakistani side scored only 118 runs in 20 overs. Notwithstanding, this experience is known for Mohammed Amir’s splendid spell to Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli. Regardless of Pakistan scoring under 120 runs, they looked undermining with the ball as a returning Mohammed Amir kept on disturbing the top Indian batting request. India, in any case, figured out how to dominate the game as the score was not without question.

Result: INDIA Won

The International Cricket Council (ICC) had last month reported the gatherings for the Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 to be facilitated by the BCCI in Oman and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from October 17 to November 14.

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  • The most outstanding adversaries India and Pakistan have been put in Group 2 of the Super 12s. This will see the two groups conflict in the gathering phases of the masterpiece occasion. The gatherings, chosen in the premise of group rankings as of March 20, 2021, see reigning champs the West Indies pooled alongside previous bosses England, Australia, and South Africa in Group 1 of the Super 12s, with two qualifiers from Round 1 going along with them.

    Group 2 will contain previous bosses India and Pakistan, New Zealand, Afghanistan, and the other two qualifiers from Round 1.

    Eight groups will challenge the first round including programmed qualifiers Sri Lanka and Bangladesh with the leftover six who booked their spot through the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019.

    Ireland, Netherlands, and Namibia join Sri Lanka in Group A, while Oman, PNG, and Scotland will confront Bangladesh in Group B.