Pride and honour will be at stake when the entire cricketing world will witness the ‘mother of all clashes’ – India vs Pakistan. The last time the arch-rivals met was in ICC World Cup in 2015 and it will be after a gap of over two years that the two sides will face each other in a 50-over format, in the shape of the mouth-watering ICC Champions Trophy clash at Edgbaston on June 4.
India hold a dominating 6-0 record in ICC World Cup, but Pakistan have an upper hand in the Champions Trophy. India and Pakistan have faced off in three Champions Trophy games till date, with the Men in Blue winning once and their rivals twice.
The first Champions Trophy encounter between India and Pakistan was played at Edgbaston in 2004, which is also the venue of this year’s contest.
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