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Celebrities to grace the India-Pakistan game; a colorful ceremony in place

India vs Pakistan

With India set to take on arch-rivals Pakistan on the 14th of October, fans couldn’t be more excited.

The Narendra Modi Stadium is gearing up for a colorful ceremony on Saturday before the game.

Additionally, many celebrities are also going to grace the occasion and enjoy the much-awaited game.

Moreover, some of the celebs that will be taking part in this game are Amitabh Bachchan, Rajnikanth, Sachin Tendulkar, and playback singer, Arijit Singh.

Apparently, the actual opening ceremony was canceled by the BCCI and now they are making it up by hosting this ceremony.

Meanwhile, fans are going to throng the Narendra Modi Stadium in multitudes to witness the epic rivalry.

Already the two giants have faced each other in the recent Asia Cup a couple of times.

India will look to continue their winning momentum; Pakistan will look to win their first against India

Talking about the Asia Cup games in detail, the first one was played at Pallekele and was called off after just the first innings due to heavy rains.

However, the second game at Colombo did produce a result, and that too in favor of India who defeated Pakistan by 228 runs.

Pakistan didn’t have a very great Asia Cup this year and also lost their two warm-up games as well.

But now, they have won two games back-to-back against the Netherlands and Sri Lanka.

They are now very eager to defeat India and get their first-ever win against the hosts in an ODI World Cup.

Meanwhile, India had a very good Asia Cup campaign that they won for the 8th time after defeating Sri Lanka.

However, they didn’t get to play their two warm-up games because they were called off due to rain.

They have started positively in the tournament by winning their opening game against Australia by six wickets.

Now, they are currently engaged against Afghanistan and will look to defeat them as well to ensure their unbeaten streak.

Additionally, they will also look to defeat Pakistan for the 8th time in the ODI World Cup.

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