The T20 season is well underway. The T20 World Cup has officially begun, and the cricketing world has already experienced several close matches, indicating that the competition would be full of nail-biters.

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The intensity of the India-Pakistan match, on the other hand, is unrivaled. The encounter between the two arch-rivals will take place on Sunday, October 24th at 7:30 PM IST at Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Both teams are well-prepared and balanced for their first match, and both are major championship contenders. This Mega match, however, will certainly be a nail-biter, since all ex-cricketers and fans around the world are looking forward to it.

In 2007, he won the inaugural T20 World Cup in South Africa. In any White Ball World Cup, India has always been considered the favoured squad. In two warm-up matches, India, which is ranked second in the world in T20s, has already demonstrated their commitment by comprehensively defeating England and Australia. The Indian batting team is in excellent shape, thanks in large part to the game time they received during the second leg of the IPL 2021, which was hosted in the United Arab Emirates. Indian players are familiar with the conditions and pitches in the UAE, having played cricket there for nearly two months.

Pakistan, the runner-up in the 2007 T20 World Cup and the victor in the 2009 T20 World Cup, is the most unpredictable side in the tournament, as they can win or lose on any given day. Because the UAE is considered Pakistan’s home ground, the men in green will have an advantage. The team’s combination, top-order batsmen, and pace attack all appear to be strong and have recently played well. The only concern is their middle order, which is out of form, so it will be interesting to see how they respond to the strain of the India-Pakistan match.

The arch-rivals have played a total of 8 T20i matches. India has a 6-1 record against Pakistan, with one match ended in no result.
In ICC World Cups, India has the upper hand, having defeated Pakistan on all five occasions, including in the 2007 World Cup final.

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