ICC Cricket World Cup – IND vs PAK: head to head matches

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The most awaited game of the ICC World Cup 2019 is just two days away as the all-time rivals in the cricket history, Team India will lock the horns with the Pakitan cricket team here on 16th June at the Old Trafford Cricket Ground. India and Pakistan have met several times in World Cup Cricket and it is the Indian team who have the winning note in the statistics.

India has faced Pakistan  6 times before in the matches played between them across the 11 editions of the ICC Cricket World Cup so far. Out of these 6 games, Team India have come out victorious on all of the occasion, India has a winning percentage of 100% against Pakistan in the history of World Cup.

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World Cup 1992: India won by 43 runs

World Cup 1996: India won by 39 runs

World Cup 1999: India won by 47 runs

World Cup 2003: India won by 6 wickets

World Cup 2011: India won by 29 runs

World Cup 2015: India won by 76 runs

In this edition of ICC World Cup, Team India have appeared in three matches so far, first on June 05 against South Africa, second against England on 09 June and unfortunately the third match with the table toppers NZ was abandoned without a ball bowled. Though they have won their first and second match by 6 wickets and 36 runs respectively.

While Pakitan have appeared in four matches against West Indies, England, Sri-Lanka and South Africa till now, however, they have won only one game that was against Australia by 41 runs and got defeated by England and West Indies, while the third match with Sri-Lanka was abandoned and the teams share the points.

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