India vs Pakistan : Head to head, key details and records as most outstanding adversaries meet again in Asia Cup
India and Pakistan have played various vital matches across designs throughout the long term, 14 of which were played at the Asia Cup. While it could be Pakistan who leads the straight-on details in Tests and ODIs played between the different sides, India is a long way in front of their neighbors in competition gatherings between the different sides and that is likewise the situation in the Asia Cup.
The two groups, with India, driven by Rohit Sharma, and Pakistan by Babar Azam, presently meet each other again on Sunday in their most memorable match of the 2022 Asia Cup in Dubai. We should investigate a portion of the key details in front of the exceptionally expected conflict:
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No holds barred record: As expressed previously, Pakistan leads the general records in ODIs and Tests and India leads in competition records. Nonetheless, the Asia Cup will be played in the T20 arrangement and it is essential to take note that in this configuration, India leads 6-2. In the Asia Cup itself, India lead 8-5, with the match being cleaned out once in 1997. In ODIs, Pakistan leads 73-55 while they lead India 12-9 in Test matches.
Most elevated run scorers: In T20Is, India captain Rohit Sharma is the most elevated run-scorer generally speaking with 3487 runs in 132 T20Is at a normal of 32.28 and strike pace of 140.26. India’s second most elevated run scorer, Virat Kohli, has likewise scored more than Pakistan’s most productive player, with 3308 runs in 99 T20Is at a dazzling normal of 50.12 and strike pace of 137.66. For Pakistan, commander Babar Azam drives the diagrams with 2686 runs in 74 T20Is at a normal of 45.52 and strike pace of 129.44.
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Most elevated wicket-takers: Spinners lead the wicket-taking details in the two groups with India’s Yuzvendra Chahal driving the way in general with 79 wickets in 62 matches. Pakistan’s bad habit skipper Shadab Khan is their most productive wicket-taker with 73 scalps in 64 matches. Shadab’s count is tied by veteran India pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar, who must that imprint in 72 matches.
While Chahal is India’s record-breaking most elevated wicket-taker in the briefest configuration, Shadab is as yet a fair separation away from taking that mantle for Pakistan. Previous commander Shahid Afridi is their most noteworthy wicket-taker with 98 T20I scalps in 99 coordinates while previous quick bowler Umar Gul is second with 85 out of 64 matches. The previous spinner Saeed Ajmal comes third, having tied Gul’s record in 64 matches. Shadab comes fourth on the rundown.
Structure guide: as far as acquiring match practice in T20Is, or without a doubt restricted overs cricket, India is a long way in front of Pakistan this year. Pakistan has played nine ODIs and only one T20I in 2022. India by glaring difference has played 15 ODIs and an incredible 21 T20Is this year. In T20Is, India won 16 of those matches, in any event, recording a series win away from home against powerful England.
Then again, Pakistan lost to Australia by three wickets in the solitary T20I they played in Lahore. In ODIs, in any case, Pakistan won everything except one of the matches they have played for this present year. India won 11 of the ODIs they have played for the current year.
Last match: Indian fans would have no desire to take a gander at the scorecard of the past while Pakistan fans will always remember it. India was the top choice coming into the two groups’ T20 World Cup opener, to a great extent because of the sort of names they had and due to their unbeaten record against Pakistan in 50-over and 20-over, World Cup matches.
Nonetheless, Pakistan’s quick bowlers, driven by Shaheen Afridi blew away the Indian batting arrangement. Commander Virat Kohli’s 57 off 49 balls pushed them to 151/7. Pakistan then pursued the objective without losing a wicket, with commander Babar and Mohammad Rizwan both scoring unbeaten half hundreds of years.
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