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Asia Cup schedule announced, India-Pakistan to clash on Aug 28
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Asia Cup schedule announced, India-Pakistan to clash on Aug 28

| @indiablooms | 02 Aug 2022, 05:54 pm

New Delhi: Asia Cup fixture is out and arch-rivals India and Pakistan will face each other in Dubai on Aug 28.

The two teams last faced each other in a World T20 match last year.

Pakistan defeated Virat Kohli's men in the match, registering the side's first victory against India in a World Cup clash.

In Asia Cup, both the teams are placed in Group A.

The tournament will begin from Aug 27.

Final will be played on Sept 11.

The tournament was moved out of Sri Lanka due to the economic crisis.

After the match against Pakistan, India will face a Qualifier team in the next clash.

Following the Super 4 phase, the best two teams will reach the final of the tournament.

Asian Cricket Council President Jay Shah tweeted: "The wait is finally over as the battle for Asian supremacy commences on 27th August with the all-important final on 11th September. The 15th edition of the Asia Cup will serve as ideal preparation ahead of the ICC T20 World Cup."

The first match of the tournament will be held between Sri Lanka and Afghanistan.

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