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India vs Pakistan Live Score, Asia Cup 2023: Covers are coming off in Colombo | Cricket News

India vs Pakistan Live Score, Asia Cup 2023: Covers are coming off in Colombo | Cricket News

India vs Pakistan, Asia Cup 2023 Super 4 tip-off XI

Jasprit Bumrah and Ishan Kishan likely to feature against Pakistan. (PTI/AP)

With KL Rahul and Jasprit Bumrah both returning to the fold, India have a team full of superstars which makes it a tad difficult for them to choose a playing XI. Here’s how they might line up against Pakistan on Sunday.

The Goodfellas in Asia Cup: Shaheen Afridi, Naseem Shah, & Haris Rauf with the 90’s nostalgia

Pakistan’s fast bowling unit with a left-arm wrist-snapper and a couple of right-arm finger-flickers have drenched the cricketing world in nostalgia. (Reuters/AP)

For a team where emotions can occasionally tend to run high, they look a different pack this time. Despite juggling between Pakistan and Sri Lanka because of the hybrid model in play for the Asia Cup, not once have they come across as a unit that will use it as an excuse. Rather, they are embracing the challenge, where despite minimum training schedules, are making the most out of everything. With the World Cup looming, they are taking extra possible care to keep the unit intact. (READ MORE)

‘Sometimes, there is no technical flaw’: Shubman Gill on India’s issues with Shaheen Afridi

India’s Shubman Gill plays a shot during the Asia Cup cricket match between India and Nepal in Pallekele, Sri Lanka on Monday, Sep. 4. (AP/PTI Photo)

Opener Shubman Gill, while playing down their trouble against left-arm pacers, believed their recent struggles against Pakistan had more to do with them not playing them often and not being familiar with their attack. “At this level, you would have played left-arm seamers anyway. It does not make much difference. We don’t play against Pakistan often as we do against some other teams. We all know that their bowling attack is quite good and when you don’t play against such attacks often it makes a bit of difference in main tournaments,” Gill said. (READ MORE)

Asia Cup: Sri Lanka, Bangladesh coaches cry foul over extra day for India-Pakistan game

Pakistan team Babar Azam tosses the coin, watched by Indian cricket captain Rohit Sharma before the start Asia Cup cricket match between India and Pakistan at Pallekele, Sri Lanka. (PTI)

In an unprecedented move that is going to raise plenty of eyebrows and add more chaos to the ongoing Asia Cup, hosts Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced that a reserve day has been allotted for the India-Pakistan game in Colombo on Sunday – the only match in the Super 4 stage to get that treatment. (READ MORE)

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