All Eyes on The Big Clash Between Pakistan and India in World Cup 2023



Today in the ICC men’s World Cup 2023 Pakistan and India will face off each other in the most awaited cricket match of the year. Nothing can be bigger than a Pakistan- India cricket match in a World Cup on a Saturday. In front of 130,000 people in Narendra Modi stadium in Ahmedabad, Pakistan will go with a good form to break the World Cup record. Pakistan and India have faced each other 7 times in World Cup history, India has a 7-0-win record against green shirts.

In the press conference on the eve of the mega match, Babar Azam told the press that he and his team aren’t looking to the past rather they are looking forward to the future. Pakistan skipper further added that records are made to be broken and Pakistan will go in the match to win.

India is currently ranked no. 1 team in the world. India is coming into the match against Pakistan with two wins in two matches under their belt in the World Cup. Also, Pakistan is having a good run in the World Cup so far. Pakistan has defeated the Netherlands and Sri Lanka in their starting two matches.

The chances are equal for both sides. Though India will have an advantage of the home conditions and home crowd.

A mega ceremony is planned before the match. Indian singers will perform before the match in the opening ceremony of the match. Politicians, actors, old cricketers and lots of celebrities are accepted to attend the match. Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India will also be present to attend the big match. Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Zaka Ashraf has traveled to India to witness the match live in the stadium.

Millions of cricket fans around the globe will watch the broadcasting of the Pakistan- India match. According to reports cricket fans in Ahmedabad have booked beds in hospitals near the stadium.

Fans are divided and arguing on social media, supporting their favorite teams. The hype is sky-high for the match. The match will start at 01:30 according to Pakistan Standard Time.

Written by Istafa Ali


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