Ind vs Pak 22nd Match Toss Result, Who won the toss? – 16 June 2019


Get India vs Pakistan 22nd Match Toss Result for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Ind vs Pak 22nd Match Toss Report being held at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester on 16th June 2019. Who won the toss India vs Pakistan 22nd World Cup match is available here?

Ind vs Pak 22nd Match Toss Result

Finally, the day has come for which we all have been waiting for, as India gears up to take on Pakistan in the 22nd world cup match. This world cup match between India and Pakistan will be held at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester on 16th June 2019. Astrologists say, Pakistan will win the toss and may invite India to bat first. Well, in that case, India will have to put a huge Total, while batting first against Pakistan.

While, India will be batting without Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul is likely to open with Rohit Sharma. Rahul has a magnificent ODI record and he will give his best to provide India a stable start. Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma must also struck more than 60 runs for India for a good start.

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After the openers, it will all be Virat Kohli. We all know, how good he is with the bat. In this crucial match against Pakistan, India will need a marvelous hundred from his bat. Following which a finishing touch from MS Dhoni and Hardik Pandya will take India to a handsome total of 300+ runs against Pakistan.

Whereas, Pakistan will need early wickets in the beginning. So, who is the better option than Mohammad Amir. Amir is well known for taking wickets in big matches. He has done it in the past, he will not disappoint Pakistan cricket fans now. If he takes 3 Plus wickets in the first ten overs along with Hassan ALi. Pakistan are pretty much in this game.

Apart from it, Shadab Khan and Mohammad Hafeez will also take charge in the middle overs as spinners. In the death overs, Pakistan will need good bowling from Wahab Riaz at the yorker lengths.

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With all being said, lets wait for this big match to start and do not forget to Pray for a good weather.

India Playing XI Team Squad

Virat Kohli(c), MS Dhoni(w), Rohit Sharma, Lokesh Rahul, Vijay Shankar, Hardik Pandya, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Yuzvendra Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah, Ravindra Jadeja.

Pakistan Playing XI Team Squad

Sarfaraz Ahmed(w/c), Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Mohammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Asif Ali, Hasan Ali, Wahab Riaz, Mohammad Amir,  Shadab Khan.

Ind vs Pak 22nd Match Weather Report and Rain Updates

India is all prepared to play 22nd match against Pakistan in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. This crucial world cup match between India and Pakistan will be held at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester on 16th June 2019. However, weather forecast tells another story. Weather conditions at Old Trafford, Manchester does not look so good. Light Rain showers are expected at the stadium throughout the day with a rain perception of 45%. Winds are blowing at a speed of 15%. The humidity rate here is 75%.

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However, over all its a rainy day at Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester and a full 50 overs match between Pakistan and India is not possible at the moment. May be rain will shift its focus to some other place and we will get a clear weather for this match. Or, ICC Match Authorities may go for a limited overs match (lets say 30 overs) between these two teams.

Things may go even worse, if rain does not go away. In that case, Match will be called off and India will and Pakistan will both be given one point each. It may favor India, but Pakistan are not gonna like this, as they are already too down in the points table.

We encourage all over visitors to please pray for Rain to go away. So that, we can have a good day with clear weather conditions for India vs Pakistan World Cup match. Without it, CWC 2019 will loose its charm.

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