India vs Pakistan T20 World Cup 2022 Match Tickets ‘Sold Out’

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The ICC has revealed the calendar for the 2022 T20 World Cup, and the India-Pakistan battle is slated to flourish at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on 23rd October 2022 in the Super 12 stages. The recent meeting between both teams came in the 2021 T20 World Cup when the Men in Green defeated Team India for the 1st time on a World Cup stage. Mohammad Rizwan and Babar Azam’s outstanding performance at the top propelled Pakistan to a convincing 10-wicket triumph. India Vs Pakistan T20 WC Tickets 2022 has been Sold Out.

India was eliminated from the Super-12 phases of the 2021 T20 World Cup following 2 consecutive losses to Pakistan & New Zealand. The Babar Azam captained side’s unbeaten run came to an end in the semi-finals versus the Australian side. While Virat Kohli stepped down the previous year, Rohit Sharma, who served as vice-captain in the previous T20 World Cup, will captain the Indian team in the next event. It would be exciting to witness how the Hit-man tackles the pressures of the India-Pakistan match.

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Excitement for the match is high since India and Pakistan haven’t played a bilateral series

India has had the dominant position versus Pakistan in World Cup matches in particular over the years, and they will be aiming to maintain their remarkable records. However, India will face a difficult task because Pakistan has a distinctly new squad at present, with multiple match-winners in their squad. With the introduction of the PSL in the nation, the team’s bench strength has developed swiftly.

However, tickets for all 45 games, along with the decider, which will be contested at the MCG on 13th November 2022, made online on on Monday. The ICC also stated that children’s tickets start at $5 for every First Round and Super 12 fixture, while adult tickets start at $20 for chosen fixtures at each stadium.

The excitement of the competition is high since India and Pakistan haven’t played each other in a bilateral series in for a decade owing to political concerns between the two nations. As a result, the venue is likely to be crowded for the contest, with enthusiastic supporters from both nations in the stands.

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