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Pakistan look to overcome India for final glory

18 Juin 2017

If we look at the data of the past about viewing figures, it is likely that India's battle with Pakistan in the final of the 2017 Champions Trophy may well surpass figures of every ICC match held so far.

In their opening group stage matches earlier in the tournament, India had defeated Pakistan.

It all boils down to this, one last contest between arch-rivals India and Pakistan.

"I would also want the cricketing world and the ICC to keep a close eye on the significance of an Indo-Pak cricket match of this magnitude and what it means to the fans of the game all around", he wrote.

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Bilateral cricket between the two countries came to a standstill since the 2012-13 season, but the neighbours have played each other in major ICC tournaments.

Addressing the media ahead of the much-anticipated Pakistan-India match-up tomorrow, Arthur said the boys were excited about being where they were. Whereas one has not refrained from trolling him, on the other hand, others have defended his inability to speak fluent English as it is not a parameter for a talent he possesses on the cricket field, especially after he had taken a No.8 side to the finals of the tournament. But, Sehwag took a stand when it was needed, he came in rescue of Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed who has been trolled heavily for his less than ordinary English speaking skills in the press conference. He replaces Rumman Raees.

In-form Indian batsmen Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh and Mahendra Singh Dhoni have also helped their side look capable enough of chasing any target. Will rain influence tomorrow's clash?