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| On Aug 4, 2021 1:25 PM IST

ICC T20 World Cup 2021: India vs Pakistan Match Date Revealed

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The India and Pakistan rivalry has been going on for decades and it has been an exciting contest between both the teams due to the emotions of people wanting their country to win against the other. The last time they met each other was in the 2019 ICC World Cup, where India beat Pakistan by 89 runs and went on to play the semi-finals of the tournament. The major comparison have been drawn between Virat Kohli and Babar Azam, who are the captains of the respective teams and best batters as well. It is an exciting news for the cricket fans, where the date is revealed where both the players will face each other in ICC tournament.

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India vs Pakistan on 24th October 2021

The India and Pakistan are placed in the same group, along with New Zealand and Afghanistan, while two teams will be added later after the qualifiers. The schedule hasn’t been out yet but the sources have given update about the clash.


According to ANI, sources close to developments said, “Yes the arch rivals will clash on 24 October.”

It will certainly be the news the fans were waiting for, and the both teams will meet each other in the international cricket after a gap of 2 years.

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Babar Azam vs Virat Kohli in T20s

The captains of India and Pakistan, Virat Kohli and Babar Azam have been terrific performers in the limited-overs cricket over the years and the fans often have compared the performance of both the players. Here are stats of both the players in international T20 matches,

Player Inns Runs Avg SR HS 100/50
Virat Kohli 84 3159 52.65 139.04 94* 0/28
Babar Azam 61 2204 47.32 129.7 122 1/20

In the franchise leagues, the Pakistan captain has been incredible with his performances in PSL, while Virat Kohli has been the backbone of the RCB team in the IPL.

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