The World Cup match between Pakistan and India at Old Trafford on Sunday, June 16 is expected to be a full-house. The grandest of all cricketing rivalries is set for the biggest showdown, though history is not too kind on Pakistan.
Pakistan have never beaten India in six previous meetings in World Cups, but their skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed is hopeful of overturning their embarrassing record this time around.
Taking note of the passionate and loyal support received from fans in England, Sarfaraz was optimistic that Pakistan fans will turn out in huge numbers in the high-stakes match against India.
“Whenever we come to England, there's a lot of support here. Thanks to the crowd for supporting us all the time and hopefully they will do that against India as well,” the wicketkeeper-batsman claimed.