India vs. Pakistan Live Match Streaming in Super Four of Asia Cup 2023
As the Super Four of the Asia Cup 2023 unfolds, cricket fans are eager to witness a clash between arch-rivals India and Pakistan. It is scheduled for this Sunday, September 10, at the R. Premadasa International Cricket Stadium in Colombo, at 2:30 PM PST.
Pakistan has set a strong tone in the Super Four, securing a convincing victory over Bangladesh on September 6th. They effortlessly chased a target of 194 runs in just 39.3 overs, ultimately winning the match by 07 wickets.
The attacking pace attack and powerful batting lineup of Pakistan have made them a formidable force in the Asia Cup 2023.
In the previous Asia Cup 2023 group match between India and Pakistan, Pakistani bowlers dismissed four key Indian batters, including Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, and Shreyas Iyer, within the first 10 overs. Despite this setback, India posted a competitive total of 266 runs in their first innings.
Hence, Team India is in a precarious situation as the top-order collapsed in the first match against Pakistan. Moreover, a relatively lackluster bowling and fielding performance against Nepal has raised concerns about their overall performance.
Nonetheless, the middle-order, featuring the likes of Ishan Kishan and vice-captain Hardik Pandya, showed resilience in the game against Pakistan. Additionally, Shubman Gill and skipper Rohit Sharma’s top-order performances against Nepal have reignited hope that India can put up a befitting fight against their arch-rivals.
Weather Forecast and a Reserved Day Solution
The initial group stage encounter between India and Pakistan was marred by rain, leaving fans disappointed. However, officials have indicated that weather conditions in Colombo are likely to improve, ensuring that rain will not disrupt the crucial stages of the tournament.
In this regard, the Asian Cricket Council, Pakistan Cricket Board, and Sri Lanka Cricket Board negotiated to change the venue from Colombo to Hambantota Cricket Stadium. But it was not welcomed by the Indian team. As a result, September 11, is announced as a reserved day to avoid the washout between India and Pakistan. If rain intervenes on 10 September, the play will resume from that very point on the next day.
Head-to-Head in the Asia Cup
India and Pakistan have crossed paths 18 times in the Asia Cup, with India winning nine of these encounters and Pakistan emerging victorious in six.
Now, all eyes are on Colombo as cricket enthusiasts eagerly anticipate the historic India vs. Pakistan clash on Sunday, September 10th, even as the threat of rain looms. In case of rain interruptions on Sunday, the match is scheduled to continue on September 11th from the point it halted.
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