IND vs PAK: Winner will become the boss of the toss in Pallekele, see the statistics of work before the big match, Captain Rohit Sharma
India and Pakistan will clash in the Asia Cup 2023 at the Pallekele Cricket Stadium today. Toss can play a very important role on this ground. A total of 34 ODIs have been played at Pallekele, out of which 19 have been won by the team chasing, while 14 have been won by the team batting first.
The hours of waiting are just about to end. The epic match between India and Pakistan (IND vs PAK) in the Asia Cup 2023 will begin a few hours from now. Rohit Sharma's team is ready to show its mettle on the ground of Pallekele. At the same time, Babar Azam and Co. started the tournament by trampling Nepal badly. The toss is going to play a very important role in this high-voltage encounter. Let us explain to you how and why in the words of statistics.
India and Pakistan will clash in the Asia Cup 2023 at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium. A total of 34 ODIs have been played on this ground so far, out of which 19 have been won by the team chasing the runs. At the same time, in 14 matches, the team batting first has won the field after winning the toss. That is, according to statistics, the team chasing in Pallekele is having full fun and the decision to bowl first after winning the toss has been more effective on this ground.
In the history of the ODI Asia Cup, India and Pakistan (IND vs PAK) have met a total of 13 times, out of which Team India has tasted victory in 7 matches. At the same time, victory in 5 matches is in the hands of the neighboring country. That is, in the history of the Asia Cup, the Indian team has dominated Babar Azam and Co. and captain Rohit Sharma would like to maintain this record in Kandy.
Talking about the overall record of ODI cricket history, Pakistan's team is heavy on India. A total of 132 ODIs have been played between the two teams, out of which Team India has won 55, while Pakistan has won 73 matches. The last time India-Pakistan clashed in the 50-over format was in the World Cup 2019, where Team India, under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, trounced Pakistan badly.