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India, Pakistan match-up confirmed for 2023 World Cup

One of the most memorable encounters between India and Pakistan in the World Cup was during the 2011 semi-final at Mohali, which witnessed a thrilling battle. Sachin Tendulkar stole the show for the hosts with his gritty 85, while India's bowlers joined forces to dismiss Pakistan and secure a 29-run victory.

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The cricketing world is abuzz with excitement as the highly anticipated clash between India and Pakistan looms large on the horizon at the upcoming ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023. Scheduled to take place on Sunday, October 15, at the magnificent Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, this match marks the eighth meeting between the two cricketing giants in a men’s World Cup.

Throughout the history of the tournament, India and Pakistan have engaged in fierce battles on the cricket field, captivating fans with their intense rivalry. Surprisingly, the only time they didn’t meet in the World Cup since their first encounter in 1992 was during the ill-fated 2007 campaign, where both teams crashed out in the tournament’s opening round.

India has enjoyed a remarkable winning streak in their previous seven World Cup encounters against Pakistan, a record they have extended to the T20 World Cups as well. However, this dominance was shattered in 2021 when Pakistan emerged victorious. India, though, swiftly reclaimed their bragging rights with a memorable triumph in the 2022 edition, thanks to an unforgettable knock by Virat Kohli in a dramatic chase at the MCG.

The last time these two cricketing powerhouses clashed in the 50-over World Cup was in 2019 at Old Trafford. India posted an imposing total of 336/5, fueled by a sensational 113-ball 140 by Rohit Sharma. In a rain-marred match, India’s bowlers put up a stellar performance, restricting Pakistan to just 212/6, resulting in an 89-run victory for India via the DLS method.

One of the most memorable encounters between India and Pakistan in the World Cup was during the 2011 semi-final at Mohali, which witnessed a thrilling battle. Sachin Tendulkar stole the show for the hosts with his gritty 85, while India’s bowlers joined forces to dismiss Pakistan and secure a 29-run victory.

With their T20 World Cup jinx finally broken, Pakistan will be determined to replicate their success in the 50-over format on October 15. The Narendra Modi Stadium, boasting a seating capacity of 132,000, is expected to be a cauldron of energy as fans from both nations eagerly flock to witness this momentous clash. Notably, the stadium will also host the opening match of the World Cup on October 5, as well as the grand finale on November 19.

Cricket enthusiasts and fans of both teams around the world eagerly await this monumental encounter. The India-Pakistan clash is not just a cricket match; it represents a rich tapestry of history, emotions, and intense rivalry. As the countdown begins, expectations soar, and the stage is set for what promises to be an epic showdown between these cricketing titans at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.

Source: ICC

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