India vs Pakistan Match: Ahead of the weekend blockbuster, we’ll refresh your memory, take you down memory lane, and relive India’s ODI World Cup wins over Pakistan.

It’s that time in four years. India vs Pakistan. World Cup. The mother of all battles. The greatest rivalry. Every adjective, adage, and gimmick, including the famous ‘Mauka-Mauka’ ad, will fall short of summing up the hype when these two Asian heavyweights collide on Saturday at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium. Over the last four decades dating back to the early 1980s, India and Pakistan have shared a storied rivalry that has only intensified with time. But when it’s the World Cup, an extra layer of spice gets added to India-Pakistan fixtures. And the reason is India’s undefeated streak.

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India’s Dominance Over Pakistan in ODI World Cup History (India vs Pakistan Match):

Heading into this high-octane clash between India and Pakistan, fans will be wondering if Babar’s side will be able to change their rather one-sided head-to-head ratio. Both sides have faced each other seven times in ODI World Cup history, with India boasting a 100 percent win record. Beginning in 1992, India has dominated Pakistan in 50-over World Cups, and while there have been several memorable moments, there has been only one winner. Ahead of the weekend blockbuster, we are here to refresh your memory, take you down memory lane, and relive each of India’s seven victories over Pakistan on the grandest stage of them all.

As surprising as it may sound, India and Pakistan did not cross paths in the first four editions of the World Cup. The first chapter of their rivalry was written in colored clothing and under floodlights as India met Pakistan at the hallowed Sydney Cricket Ground. Batting first, a young Sachin Tendulkar’s 54 off 62 balls playing his first-ever World Cup, saw India reach 216/7 in 49 overs. Mushtaq Ahmed took three wickets for Pakistan and Aaqib Javed struck twice. Defending 217 runs, fans saw the Indian bowling department work as a unit, skittling Pakistan for 173 in 48.1 overs. Kapil Dev, Manoj Prabhakar, and Javagal Srinath took two wickets each respectively, while Sachin and Venkatapathy Raju chipped in too.

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2015: India win by 76 runs in Adelaide

For the first time ever, India began their World Cup campaign against Pakistan in the 2015 edition at Adelaide. Batting first, Virat Kohli clattered his second World Cup century, and coupled with fifties from Shikhar Dhawan and Suresh Raina allowed India to reach 300 for the loss of 7 wickets, five of them belonging to Sohail Khan. Pakistan were expected to give India a stiff fight but the outcome was anything but it as Mohammed Shami’s four wickets triggered a poor Pakistan reply. Barring Misbah’s fifty, no other batter stepped up, with two even registering ducks in the middle order. In one of the most lop-sided contests, India soared to a 5-0 World Cup lead over their neighbors.

2019: India win by 89 runs (DLS method) in Manchester

20 years removed from the 1999 World Cup, India, and Pakistan once again came face-to-face at the very same ground. At the 2019 World Cup, Virat Kohli was India’s captain and MS Dhoni hadn’t retired yet. But it was Rohit Sharma, who stole the show with his second of five centuries in that tournament. Supported brilliantly by a stroke-filled 77 from Kohli, India posted their highest-ever World Cup total against Pakistan – 336/5. Vijay Shankar, Kuldeep Yadav, and Hardik Pandya took two wickets each. While for Pakistan only Fakhar Zaman (62) raised a half-century. 212/6 is all Pakistan could muster. As the Pakistan journalists in the press box wondered if the jinx would ever end. India celebrated an emphatic 7-0 lead.

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