Live Cricket Streaming: India vs Pakistan Prediction IND v PAK Final ODI Champions Trophy 2017
Live Cricket Streaming: India vs Pakistan Prediction IND v PAK Final ODI Champions Trophy 2017- ICC Champions Trophy Final Match on 18th June 03:00pm on Star Sports and Hotstar Live Cricket Champions Trophy 2017 Online
India vs Pakistan Final ODI: What were the odds of this! From eight different and powerful teams, India and Pakistan qualified for the finals of ICC Champions Trophy 2017. This particular duel has been one of the most thrilling and exciting one in the history of international cricket. Indian & Pakistani fans cheer the most in these matches. You must know that the matches between India and Pakistan hold more sentimental value than any other type of match. This is one of the major reasons of the extreme level of pressure on the shoulders of each player. The pressure will increase even more as it is the final match of ICC Champions Trophy 2017 and there can only be one winner therefore, India will be looking forward to stay as the champions consequently two times and Pakistan would love to do a comeback in their international cricket reputation which somewhat was damaged recently.
Why Pakistan is very confident?
Pakistan defeated England very easily in the semi-finals. It was believed that England would be the one with the upper hand but the mighty team of Pakistan proved every one wrong. Pakistan did amazingly well in all aspects, from bowling to batting. Their fielding was good too. Their bowlers were able to stop the dangerous looking batting line-up of England at a small target of 211 runs. They had to achieve this target in 50 overs, which is quite a lot of time. Hasan Ali and Junaid Khan led the bowling attack as Hasan took three wickets of the opposition and Junaid took two. Rumman Raees and Shadab Khan supported this bowling performance. Raees also took two wickets. Pakistani batsmen are also looking in a great form. Azhar Ali has been playing consistently well in this year’s Champions Trophy. He scored 76 runs in 100 balls. Another batsman who did a fantastic job was Fakhar Zaman, who also scored 57 runs in 58 balls. Both these openers played a crucial in the victory of Pakistan. The fans of the Pakistani team would be hoping for these two to create an amazing partnership in this match too.
Why the chances of India are strong?
Everyone was saying that India was a strong contender for this year’s Champions Trophy. But no one knew that India would play this good. Except the defeat by Sri Lanka, India has played like a winning team in all of their matches. Especially in the last match, India destroyed the Bangladeshi attack and that too with glory. Other than Hardik Pandya and R Ashwin, all the bowlers were able to take wickets at regular intervals. This bowling performance forced the Bangladeshi players to play on back-foot. Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah led the bowling attack of India and they both took 2-2 wickets. Bumrah had a great economy rate of 3.90. Mushfiqur Rahim was the only batsmen in the Bangladeshi team who was able to play a good innings. The batting of India is seeming more dangerous as the opening duo of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan is making huge partnerships. The real danger comes when one of them goes back to the pavilion as the captain Virat Kohli comes to play. Rohit scored a majestic ton of 123 runs in the last match. Virat Kohli could have scored a century, as he was just four runs short on 96.
Where to Watch India vs Pakistan Live Streaming
IIndia vs Pakistan live streaming: The final match of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 will be held on the magnificent ground of Kennington Oval in London at 18-June-2017. The match will start by 09:30 GMT. If you want to see this battle of titans on your television set then just tune to Star Sports 1 or Door Darshan and enjoy watching the live streaming of this match with your favorite snacks. For those who want to catch the live streaming of the IND v PAK match on the internet, HotStar is one rescue. This live streaming app will be broadcasting the live action from London to your mobile phone; all you have to do is download the Hotstar app.
Squads in India vs Pakistan Final
Squad of India
MS Dhoni, Rohit Sharma, Umesh Yadav, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kedar Jadhav, Jasprit Bumrah, Yuvraj Singh, Hardik Pandya, Ravichandran Ashwin, Shikhar Dhawan, Ravindra Jadeja, Virat Kohli, Mohammed Shami, Ajinkya Rahane and Dinesh Karthik.
Squad of Pakistan
Ahmed Shehzad, Babar Azam, Imad Wasim, Mohammad Amir, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali, Fahim Ashraf, Mohammad Hafeez, Sarfraz Ahmed, Umar Akmal, Wahab Riaz, Azhar Ali, Junaid Khan, Shoaib Malik and Fakhar Zaman.
IND v PAK Prediction:
It is the final and both of the teams are looking very strong. If a team reaches the final of a tournament then you cannot say that it is a weak one. Both of the teams should be praised for their performance in the tournament. There is no denying that an India versus Pakistan match is always special but this one has become one of a kind because it is also the Champions’ Trophy final.
Pakistan could win this match if Azhar Ali and Fakhar Zaman give another strong start to the innings. The middle order of the team will have to perform good too because in the last match against India it was one of the main reasons for the defeat. The bowling of Pakistan is looking fearsome and it would not be wrong to say that Indian batsmen will be preparing hard to face them.
India is the No.1 ODI team and its captain is the 3rd best batsman in the world right now. Their confidence is very high and they could win this match if they perform just like they did in the semi-finals. There would be lot of hopes on the opening batsmen. The captain would want the bowlers to take some early wickets too.
Overall, it is very difficult to say who would win. India is looking stronger but Pakistan played exceptionally well in the last match and no one could ignore that fact.
|Related Series||Start Date||End Date|
|Champions Trophy 2017||01 Jun, 2017||18 Jun, 2017|
|Related Matches||Match Date|
| Final ODI - India vs Pakistan
At Kennington Oval, London
|18 Jun, 2017 09:30 AM|