Asia Cup 2022 Live : India vs Pakistan live streaming with tv channels, timing and cricket schedule

India vs pakistan live streaming with tv channels, timing and cricket schedule

Rohit Sharma will lead Team India against Babar Azam’s Pakistan team in their first Group A match on Sunday, August 28th. The game will be held in Dubai. You can check for online live streaming details HERE.

Asia Cup 2022 Live
Asia Cup 2022 Live


The Asia Cup is an annual cricket tournament contested by teams across the AsiAsia. The 2022 Asia cup will be held in United Arab Emirates, featuring a marquee match between India and Pakistan. This will be a rematch, as the two teams last met at this same venue during the 2020 T20 World Cup. India will be looking to exact revenge and prove they are the better team. Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli are two of the best batsmen in the world, and they will be leading

While Rohit might be looking forward to trying out his new batting style against some of the top Asian teams, Kohli sees this tournament as an opportunity to get back into form after a tough few years. There’s also the bigger picture to consider, which is using this tournament to finalize the core team that will go on to compete in the T20 World Cup in Australia.

Without any competitive matches between India and Pakistan for the past ten years, the rivalry between the two countries has simmered down. But because there are no regular games between the two, when they do meet it is often unfamiliar players that face off against each other, rather than familiar ones.
Playing against an opposition team that you only meet a few times a year can be difficult to plan for. You never know what improvements they may have made since you last played them. This was the case when India last played against Pakistan, led by Babar Azam. They were 10-wicket defeated, due in part to Shaheen Shah Afridi’s significant improvements.

After Afridi’s two-over opening spell, a lot of people were worried about the Indian team during the last T20 World Cup opener. India’s team management got a lot of criticism for its old-fashioned batting approach in the shortest format of the game.

After the debacle in Dubai, many questions have been raised about the top-order’s sameness with three right-handers. It’s been suggested that this makes it easy for a good left-arm paceman to set the alarm bells ringing. However, on Sunday, there will be no Afridi (due to knee injury) to bend it back into the top three India right-handers. Despite all the experimentations done by coach Rahul Dravid, the top-order remains exactly the same.