IND vs PAK T20 World Cup 2022: Predict Who Will Win the match between India and Pakistan ICC T20 World Cup 2022. The venue of the 2022 T20 World Cup tournament in Australia. The team India will play the opening match with Pakistan on October 23 at MCG-Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Team India is part of group 2 in the tournament with teams such as Pakistan, South Africa, and Bangladesh. Indian Captain Rohit Sharma led Team India. Where as Babar Azam’s team lost in the finals of the recent Asia Cup 2022 with Sri Lanka by 23 runs.
Notably, India before coming into this world cup on successive T20 series wins against a big team as Australia and South Africa at home grounds. India won the T20 World Cup once when it beat Pakistan in the final in Johannesburg in 2007.
Notably, The last time the two teams met at the 2021 T20 World Cup and Pakistan won by 10 wickets in Dubai. Babar Azam scored the most valuable an unbeaten 68 runs, while Mohammad Rizwan quick an unbeaten 79 runs. After successful of two batsmen, Pakistan pacer Shaheen Afridi bowled a terrific spell of 3 for 31. The most valuable wickets of Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and KL Rahul.
Pakistan the winner of the 2009 World T20 and reached the final in 2007, where they lost to India. They have entered the semifinals on three other occasions, in the year 2010, 2012 and 2021.
Indian Pacer Mohammed Shami has replaced the injured Jasprit Bumrah in the team and he will be crucial, considering his pace and bounce. Indian bowlers have trickled runs with the ball in recent times. If they improve their bowling, they will have a superior in this match.
Also, Pakistan has played reasonably good cricket over the last few months. They lost to Sri Lanka in the Asia Cup 2022 final but had a good outing overall. In the 7-match T20 series against England at home, they lost the series. Pakistan has recently won the tri-nation series featuring New Zealand and Bangladesh. The team looks good.
Team India starts with the big match against Pakistan on Sunday in T20 World Cup 2022. Revenge will be on the schema.