Bitter rivals India and Pakistan will face off in the first semi-final of the 2020 ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup at Potchefstroom, South Africa on Tuesday. (More Cricket News)
This will be their tenth meeting in the Youth World Cup. Pakistan lead the head-to-head record 5-4, including a final.
Here's a look at all the matches:
1988: Pakistan defeated India by 68 runs in their first-ever meeting in the Youth World Cup in 1988 at Wentworth, New South Wales. Future legends Shahid Anwar and Inzamam-ul-Haq helped Pakistan post a healthy total of 194/7. India could manage only 126, with Zahoor Elahi claiming four wickets. Toss - Pakistan.
1998: A decade later, India got their revenge. Thanks to fifties from Amit Pagnis and Mohammad Kaif, India chased down Pakistan's 188 with relative ease -- a five-wicket victory in a Super League match at Kingsmead, Durban. The match was attended by 10,000 people, then a tournament record.
2002: In a nervy Super League clash, Pakistan defeated India by two wickets with skipper Salman Butt hitting 85 in the chase of 181 at Lincoln, New Zealand. Toss -
Pakistan; MoM - Salman Butt.
2004: En route to their maiden title, Pakistan defeated India by five wickets in the semi-final with Tariq Mahmood producing an all-round show at Dhaka, Bangladesh. He claimed two wickets then scored 45 while chasing 169. Fawad Alam scored 43. Robin Uthappa was India's top scorer - a patient 33. Toss - India; MoM - Tariq Mahmood.
2006: The big final and Pakistan became the first and only side so far to defend the title by defeating India in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Sarfraz Ahmed-led side Pakistan set a lowly target of 110 runs, but dismissed India for 71 for a 38-run win. Piyush Chawla's fight (4/8 and 25),
and Ravindra Jadeja's (3/16) efforts were trump by Anwar Ali (5/35) and Akhtar Ayub (3/9). Cheteshwar Pujara (0) and Rohit Sharma (4) failed to impress with the bat. Toss - Pakistan; MoM - Anwar Ali.
2010: In a rain-affected Super League quarter-final, Pakistan defeated India by two wickets at Lincoln. Mandeep Singh' 40 helped India post 114/9, but that wasn't enough. Pakistan achieved the target with three balls to spare in the 23-overs-a-side clash. Toss - Pakistan; MoM - Fayyaz Butt (4/27 in four overs).
2012: Chasing a 137-run target, India defeated Pakistan in a thrilling quarter-final match at Townsville, Australia by one wicket, en route to their third world title. Babar Azam and Baba Aparajith scored fifties for their respective sides. Toss - Pakistan; MoM - Baba Aparajith.
2014: In a Group A clash, India defeated Pakistan by 40 runs in Dubai. Sarfaraz Khan scored 74 off 78 as India post 262/7. Then, Deepak Hooda claimed a five-for (5/41) to dismiss Pakistan for 222. Toss - India; MoM - Sarfaraz Khan.
2018: India humbled Pakistan by 203 runs in the semi-finals at Christchurch, New Zealand en route to their record fourth title. Shubman Gill smashed an unbeaten century (102 off 94), then Ishan Porel claimed 4/17 in a spell of six overs. Toss - India; MoM - Shubman Gill.