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India vs Pakistan: Preparation for Test match between India and Pakistan, both may clash here

New Delhi. Bilateral series is not being played between India and Pakistan for a long time. In the T20 World being played in Australia (T20 World Cup 2022), a match was played between the two in the past. More than 90 thousand fans were present in the stadium to watch this match played in Melbourne. From this, the eagerness of the match between the two countries can be gauged. Now a test match can be held between the two countries soon. Its talks are on and this match can be held in Australia. Apart from this, there can also be a tri-series between India, Australia and Pakistan.

According to Australia’s radio station 1116 SEN, discussions are going on between India and Australia regarding the Test match. According to former Australian cricketer Simon O’Donnell, there is talk of a possible tri-series between India, Pakistan and Australia, if the Test match could not take place. His match in T20 World Cup was excellent. It is known that the last Test series between the two was played in India in 2007. Then India captured the 3-match series 1-0.

Only 59 tests in 70 years
The first Test between India and Pakistan was played in 1952. In the last 70 years, only 59 Tests have been played between the two. Where India has won 9 Tests, while Pakistan has won 12 Tests. 38 matches ended in a draw. Talking about ODIs, so far 132 matches have been played between India and Pakistan. India has won 55 and Pakistan has won 73 matches. The result of the 4th match has not come.

Indian team is going to be announced again today in the midst of T20 World Cup, BCCI’s preparations complete

At the same time, in 15 years, both the countries have been able to play only 12 T20 matches. India has won 9 matches while Pakistan has won 3 matches. If India and Pakistan are successful in reaching the knockout rounds in the current T20 World Cup, then both can meet in the final.

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