India versus Pakistan matches are the most watched in the world of cricket and their rivalry is something even other countries cherish. Last time when India played Pakistan in 2017 Champions Trophy final almost a billion people tuned in, which is record number in the cricketing world.
Pakistan will look to break their shameful record against India as they have never beaten the men in blue in a World Cup match. India will look to maintain the record intact as they will give their 100 percent to take the 6-0 head-to-head count to 7-0.
Hardik Pandya can be a hero for India if he continues to play in the form he is already in. Hardik Pandya was the only batsman who was destroying Pakistan’s bowling attack in 2017 Champions Trophy final which was also held in England. Hardik Pandya is looking in good touch in this World Cup as he hit 48 runs off 27 balls against Australia to accelerate India’s innings.
Hardik Pandya played a cameo against South Africa when he came and hit back to back boundaries to finish the game for India.
Team India will face their arch-rival Pakistan on June 16 at Old Trafford, Manchester. This is the first time Virat Kohli is leading team India in a World Cup though he has played two of them already.