ICC World Cup 2019: Ind vs Pak, Tendulkar Advices that beware of their pace attack

  • India will clash with Pakistan on Sunday at Old Trafford
  • Mohammad Amir vs Virat Kohli will be a key battle in this biggest encounter of WC
  • India are still unbeaten in the World Cup so far 
  • India never lost a match to Pakistan in World Cups history
India will lock horns with arch-rivals Pakistan in Manchester on Sunday in a much-anticipated World Cup 2019 clash. It will be a battle of India's dominant batting line-up against a formidable Pakistan bowling attack. Pakistan's strike bowler Mohammad Amir has been in terrific form in the ongoing Cricket World Cup 2019 so far. Amir is the leading wicket-taker in the tournament with 10 wickets in three matches. Notably, it was Amir who got the better of India captain Virat Kohli in their last encounter back in the 2017 Champions Trophy final, where Pakistan defeated India by 180 runs to clinch the title.

The legendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar has warned Virat Kohli's men to exercise caution against the Pakistani pace attack when the two teams meet in the World Cup clash on Sunday at Old Trafford. Sachin advised the Indian team to opt for a positive approach against Pakistan. Tendulkar said that the Men in Blue should look to stay positive in all three departments. "We need to be aggressive in all departments. The body language is important, the bowler knows that you're in control if you defend confidently," he added.

 The left-arm fast bowler Mohammad Amir had returned figures of 5/30 that helped restricting the defending champions to a total of below 350, which looked highly probable at one stage of the game. India will battle it out against Pakistan without their star opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan who ruled out from World Cup for 3 weeks due to an injured finger. So, in the biggest clash between these two arch-rivals India and Pakistan, Virat-led this Indian cricket team must look to stay positive in all three departments  and play an aggressive cricket to win the match.