India Pakistan Super Final: Today is the final Between India and Pakistan match, today at 3 pm, the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Super Final match will be played on the Oval ground in London. While Team India will play on the field to save the title, Pakistan's team on the other hand has reached the final of the Champions Trophy for the first time and would like to beat India to capture the title.
Crores of cricket fans are desperate to see this world's most fanatical rivalry of India and Pakistan. These two opponents have faced a league phase once before, where India made a strong record in the ICC Tournaments against Pakistan, registering a massive win of 124 runs.
India can break record of Team India
Team India has become the champion twice in the ICC Champions Trophy. India became the joint winner with Sri Lanka in 2002. Whereas In 2013 Champions Trophy, India had become champions for the second time by defeating England. Australia has also become champion in the years 2006 and 2009. Now Team India has the perfect opportunity to break Australia's record and become the world's first team to win the Champions Trophy Tournament the most number of times. This will be India's third Champions Trophy title.
PAK returns after earlier defeat from India
In the current Champions Trophy, Pakistan has made a big difference and has reached the finals. Significantly, Pakistan has reached the final of the Champions Trophy for the first time. Existing champion India has performed better than Pakistan in the league stage. Both teams have a chance to create history. Pakistan has reached the final by defeating hosts England. India beat the number one South Africa earlier.
India is stronger than Pakistan
Talking about the two teams, India is a stronger team than Pakistan. Talk about head to head bouts in the Champions Trophy, both teams has come face to face four times so far. In which two times India has beaten Pakistan.
PAK does not stand anywhere ahead of India's batting
Talking about the players, there is no match against opener Azhar Ali of Rohit Sharma. Ali still plays a tie-tick match while Rohit has a lot to learn and his highest score is 264 runs. That is the biggest score of any player of ODIs. Apart from Ahmed Shehzad, there is no match against Shikhar Dhawan. Dhawan was the Man of the Tournament in the previous Champions Trophy and this time also he is just a step away. While Virat Kohli is the number one batsman in the world.
In the last match against Bangladesh, Kohli has recorded his record of making the fastest 8000 runs. Pakistan's bowling has been fantastic in the whole tournament. Mohammed Amir, Hasan Ali, Junaid Khan and Rumman Rais, who debuted against England, have done a fantastic job in their very first match.
Indian middle order can do any bowling demolition
In the semi-final match against Bangladesh for India, Kedar Jadhav bowled two balls and hit two wickets. The extent of the middle order of the Indian team is revealed by the previous performance of Yuvraj Singh, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Hardik Pandya and Kedar Jadhav. In the bowling, India has the world's best death over specialist Jaspreet Bumrah Shanadar in form. Apart from this Swing Master Bhubaneswar Kumar is making a big difference. Ravindra Jadeja, R Ashwin are also bowling very well. In fielding, India is stronger than Pakistan. Overall, this may be in favor of India if Pakistan is not able to make a big difference.
India-Pak first match of ICC ODI
The final match between India and Pakistan will be played for the first time in the ICC ODI Tournament History. These two countries will clash for the first time in the Champions Trophy final also. However, both of these teams have clashed in the 2007 ICC World T20 and 2006 ICC Under-19 World Cup finals. While India won the World T20 title, Pakistan was successful in winning the Under-19 World Cup.
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