Asia Cup: India-PAK to have a mega battle

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Asia Cup: India-PAK to have a mega battle

There is going to be a clash between India and Pakistan before the T20 World Cup 2022. Both the teams will face each other in the Asia Cup starting on August 27.

Asia Cup: India-PAK to have a mega battle
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• India-PAK will compete in Asia Cup

• Six teams will participate in the Asia Cup 2022

The Asia Cup will be held in Sri Lanka from August 27 to September 11. In such a situation, there is going to be a clash between India and Pakistan. This time the tournament will be played in the T20 format and the qualifiers for this will be played from 20 August 2022.

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Team India is the most successful team in tournament history. Since this tournament was organized for the first time in 1984, India has won the title seven times. The Indian team has been champion in 1984, 1988, 1990-91, 1995, 2010, 2016, and 2018.

On the other hand, Sri Lanka is at number two with five title wins. Sri Lanka won the title in 1986, 1997, 2004, 2008, and 2014. Pakistan won the tournament in 2000 and 2012. Sri Lanka has participated 14 times in the history of the Asia-Cup. It is followed by India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh who have played this tournament 13 times.

Six teams will participate

There will be six teams in the Asia Cup 2022, which includes India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and a qualifier. The qualifier match will be played between UAE, Kuwait, Singapore, and Hong Kong.

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Although the Asia Cup cricket is held every two years, the 2020 edition was canceled by the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) due to the Kovid-19 pandemic. The ACC wanted to organize the tournament to be played in Sri Lanka in June 2021, but the pandemic spoiled the plans of the organizers.

Jai Shah’s tenure extended

Meanwhile, the tenure of BCCI Secretary Jay Shah as the President of the Asian Cricket Council has been unanimously extended by one year. Pankaj Khimji of the Oman Cricket Board has been appointed as the Vice-Chairman of the ACC and Mahinda Vallipuram of the Malaysia Cricket Association has been appointed as the Chairman of the Development Committee. The decision was taken at the ACC’s AGM in Colombo on Saturday.

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