The Asia Cup, which is now considered to be ‘low profile’, is now becoming a premier tournament after India and Pakistan have clashed three times. In the World Cup too, the encounter of both the teams is possible 2 times. This podcast based on the cricket activities of the week
Amidst many speculations, the final schedule of the Asia Cup has finally been announced. In this tournament of 13 matches, there will be matches between India and Pakistan at least twice and maximum three times. The first encounter between the two teams will be held in Kandy on September 2. After this, on September 10, it is decided to face each other in the Super Four phase in Colombo. If Nepal does any upheaval then it is a different matter, but there is no possibility of it. After this, there can be a clash between India and Pakistan in the final on 17th September as well.
Hello, here I am Sanjay Banerjee with this podcast based on the cricketing activities of the week. Listen with heart The Asia Cup, which is now considered to be ‘low profile’, is now becoming a premier tournament after India and Pakistan have clashed three times. In the World Cup too, the encounter of both the teams is possible 2 times. That is, between September and November, India and Pakistan will face each other 5 times.
The Asia Cup will be held from August 30 to September 17 and in this important tournament, host Pakistan will host only four matches, the remaining nine matches will be played in Sri Lanka. There will be matches in two cities of Pakistan, Multan and Lahore. While matches will be played in Sri Lanka’s Kandy and Colombo. Six countries are participating in the Asia Cup and they are divided into two groups. Two teams each from both the groups will get entry in the Super Four. It is obvious that Nepal’s chances of going to Super Four with India and Pakistan from Group A are negligible. Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Afghanistan have been kept in the second group.