Arch-rivals India and Pakistan will face off in possibly the biggest match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on Sunday and, bets are being placed on the margin of victory in terms of runs and wickets and also on whether runs scored by India and Pakistan could be 400-plus or below 400
Pakistan have never beaten India in six Cricket World Cup clashes but Waqar Younis writes that this time at Manchester on June 16, the script could be different.
Abdul Razzaq revealed that Shahid Afridi had to slap Mohammad Amir to reveal his spot-fixing activities. Amir is now playing for Pakistan in the ongoing Cricket World Cup 2019. Meanwhile, he also stated that Salman Butt had been involved in illegal practices for quite sometime.
David Warner's century and Pat Cummins' 3/33 helped Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs in a Cricket World Cup 2019 game at The County Ground, Taunton on Wednesday. This was Australia's third win in the tournament.
David Warner's century and a three-wicket haul from Pat Cummins guided Australia to a 41-run win over Pakistan in a ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 fixture at The County Ground, Taunton on Wednesday. This was Australia's third win in the 10-team tournament. Catch highlights of Australia Vs Pakistan here
Australia have lost just one of their last 14 matches against Pakistan, and the defending champions will need to play their A-game against Pakistan in the 17th match of the ICC Cricket World Cup at County Ground, Taunton
The former champions, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, face each other in the 11th match of the ICC Cricket World Cup at the County Ground, Bristol on Friday
England would definitely be the more confident side going into the sixth match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 against Pakistan, whom they defeated 4-0 during the recent five-match ODI series
Pakistan cricket and match-fixing are inseparable. Mohammad Amir, who is expected to help Pakistan beat the odds and win the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, was charged with spot-fixing for a game played at Lord's against England in 2010
Sarfaraz Ahmed's Pakistan were handed a seven-wicket thrashing by West Indies in the 2019 Cricket World Cup game at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on Friday. It was Pakistan's 11th ODI loss in a row.
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Pakistan, who have lost their last 10 ODIs on the trot, will hope they can turn things around just at the right time as they open their 2019 Cricket World Cup campaign against West Indies at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on Friday.
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