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ICC Champions Trophy 2017, India vs Pakistan: India look to settle scores with Pakistan

With the last ODI arrangement played between the cricket-distraught neighboring nations was in 2012, India-Pakistan coordinates still keep on being the highlight with regards to ICC competitions. Last time when these two groups played each other was back in the 2015 World Cup in Australia, where India traveled to a 75-run triumph. Presently following two years, the stage is good to go to witness one of the greatest contention in world cricket as the two groups meet in their ICC Champions Trophy opener. Group India come in with enormous wins over New Zealand and Bangladesh in their warm-up matches while Pakistan won their first warm-up match against Bangladesh with the other one (versus Australia) surrendered because of rain. In the past seven releases of Champions Trophy, India and Pakistan have met thrice with the last winning twice. 

India versus Pakistan, Birmingham, ICC Champions Trophy 2004 

It was the first run through when India played their neighbors Pakistan ever. Like the most intellectuals had anticipated that the men in blue will rise as clear champs, it wasn't an indistinguishable outcome from the then Inzamam-ul-Haq side pushed out India by three wickets in a low-scoring experience to enter the semi-finals. 

Batting initially, India was set for a baffling begin as Ganguly, VVS Laxman and Virender Sehwag were back in the hovel for a group score of 28. It was Rahul Dravid and Mohammad Kaif association of 45 runs which steadied India's innings before they were packaged out for 200 in the last over of the innings. Dravid's 67 and Ajit Agarkar's 47 were the main positives from their batting. In answer, Pakistan lost their main three request batsmen for only 27 runs. Be that as it may, Moahammad Yousuf's 81 and captain Inzamam's 41 turned the match and put Pakistan innings on track. 

India versus Pakistan, Centurion, ICC Champions Trophy 2006 

After two years, the world was at the end of the day prepared to witness India go up against Pakistan. What's more, keeping in mind the desire of rendering a retribution of their past annihilation, yet in the end it finished with a comparative outcome as Pakistan crushed India by 54 keeps running in their gathering diversion at Centurion. It was Shoaib Malik's century and a wel upheld thump of 87 by Mohammad Yousuf that removed the amusement from India. Pursuing an objective of 303, India lost Sachin Tendulkar inexpensively. In any case, it was Gautam Gambhir (57), Rahul Dravid (76) and Suresh Raina (46) that kept them in the pursuit. After Raina's expulsion, India's ship kept on sinking as they were packaged out for 248 in the 45th over. Mohammad Amir, Naved-ul-Hasan, Saeed Ajmal and Shahid Afridi asserted two wickets each. 

India versus Pakistan, Birmingham, ICC Champions Trophy 2013 

India at last softened their curse against Pakistan up the historical backdrop of the ICC competition as they figured out how to prove to be the best over their most despised opponents without precedent for three endeavors. After rain assumed a noteworthy part as a spoilsport at Edgbaston, Team India won by eight wickets with the assistance of Duckworth and Lewis System (D/L). 

In the wake of winning the hurl, MS Dhoni put Pakistan to bat. Indian bowlers created a stellar execution as they expelled Pakistan for insignificant 165 keeps running in 39.4 overs. Ishant Sharma, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and turn pair of R Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja all gotten two wickets each while Junaid Khan and Mohammad Irfan were run-out. 

Pursuing an objective of 166, India was set for a lively begin with Shikhar Dhawan (48) taking the assault to the Pakistani bowlers. Rain intruded on the match twice however Dhawan guaranteed that India were much in front of the D/L standard score. Virat Kohli and Dinesh Karthik were unbeaten as India accomplished their amended focus of 102 in the twentieth itself. 

Under Virat Kohli captaincy, group India will be competing to level scores with Pakistan and begin their crusade with a win.

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