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India and Pakistan meet each other in ICC World Cup 2019 at Old Trafford
India: 20/0 in 5 overs (Rahul 6, Rohit 14),Mohd Amir Gets 1st Warning
 
Manchester, June 16(Agencies)
Even as the rain gods threaten to spoil the party in Manchester, cricket fans across the globe are bracing themselves for the lip-smacking India vs Pakistan World Cup encounter.The two Asian giants are face-off against each other at Old Trafford on Sunday, 16 June.
India and Pakistan meet each other in ICC World Cup 2019 at Old Trafford. The match starts at 3 pm IST
So, far the two teams have clashed on six occasions in World Cup with India winning all of them
Weather predictions suggest that the conditions would remain overcast and the match might be affected by intermittent rains
So far in the tournament, India has won two of its three matches, while its fixture against New Zealand got washed off due to rains. With five points so far, the Men in blue are fourth in the points table.

Pakistan, on the other hand, have lost two and won one of their matches, while they too witnessed a washout in their match against Sri Lanka. With three points in four matches, Pakistan are ninth in the table and desperately in need of a win.
KL Rahul playing cautiously. Not touching any bowl outside off-stump. But Rohit playing his natural game, taking the attack to the opposition. Pakistan’s Mohammad Amir bowling with full steam.
India: 20/0 in 5 overs (Rahul 6, Rohit 14)
Mohd Amir Gets 1st Warning
It looks like Mohammad Amir is too charged up for the high-voltage encounter as he runs into the danger area in his follow through. Umpire Bruce Oxenford warns him.
India: R Sharma, KL Rahul, V Kohli, V Shankar, K Jadhav, MS Dhoni, H Pandya, B Kumar, K Yadav, Y Chahal, J Bumrah

Pakistan: F Zaman, Imam ul-Haq, B Azam, M Hafeez, S Ahmed, S Malik, I Wasim, S Khan, H Ali, Wahab Riaz, M Amir

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