Date: Sunday, 16th June.
Time: 2:30 PM (Pakistan), 3:00 PM (IST) and 10:30 AM (local time).
Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester.
The cricket world cup is also the biggest event of the sport, and ICC World Cup 2019 edition provided some great action on the field when the rain has allowed it. In the meantime, the number of highly awaited contests witnessed while now it is time for the biggest one of them all: India vs. Pakistan CWC 2019.
There is also a history of war, conflict, and political differences between the two countries that elevate this contest. In the meantime, in this contest to something beyond just another cricket match. Moreover, the Supporters from each side are so happy to lose the world cup when they can win this one match.
Identically, a lot of cricket played between two sides but all bilateral crickets between India and Pakistan at a standstill. Further, they are a standstill since 2008, and they have only played each other in multi-nation events.
It is also expected to cold at Old Trafford with an average temperature of 13 degree Celsius expected when the course of the match. Furthermore, the rain is also likely during the afternoon to play spoilsport to this riveting contest such as hopes of full 100-over battles remain pretty slim.
The ball is also certainly expected to turn, and both the teams should field to their spinners for this clash. Moreover, the playing surface is usually to pretty dry and crusty making the ball ample for a reverse swing during the later stages of the innings. In the meantime, the new ball does not swing too much, making this very well batting surface. While the overcast conditions expect they might turn the fixture to the favor of the bowler.
Overall: Pakistan leads 73-54 in 127 ODIs against India.
In the CWC: India has a huge 6-0 lead over their rivals in the World Cup.
In England: Both of these sides are neck to neck in the tournament played in England with India having a slender lead of 3-2. Meanwhile, last one Champions Trophy 2017 Final which Pakistan wins.
At Old Trafford: India also wins the only tournament both these sides played at the Old Trafford 20 years ago in the World Cup of 1999.