World Cup 2022: Exciting contest India Vs Pakistan T20, Melbourne

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On Sunday at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, a Group 2 Super 12 T20 World Cup 2022 match between India and Pakistan is scheduled. In the men’s T20 World Cup, the two teams have faced each other six times. Pakistan has only ever won one game, compared to India’s five victories.

When India and Pakistan square off in the first game of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2022 Super 12 stage today at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, a new chapter (assuming rain keeps away) will be added to the storied rivalry between the two nations. The fact that hundreds of spectators came out to the MCG on Saturday to witness India’s cricket team practise provides insight into the excitement surrounding the match.

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Weather Report

There are encouraging prospects as sources indicate that the evening of the India-Pakistan game at the Melbourne Cricket Ground will be hazy. Since the previous few days, there has been a fear of rain, and many fans have prayed for the weather deities to skip Sunday. All of the tickets for the T20 World Cup’s marquee match have been sold, and the stadium is likely to be packed.

Social Updates

The well-known restaurant SOCIAL has unveiled a unique menu called “SOCIAL Stumps.”

SOCIAL will also have “dholwalas” and face painters at its restaurants around India to mirror the atmosphere of the stadium. We create a unique match-watching experience by bringing the stadium to the user’s closest SOCIAL outlet with fitting decorations and a specially created cuisine.

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Fans of cricket will also be able to watch the game on a huge screen at an INOX multiplex. The International Cricket Council (ICC) and INOX Leisure Ltd have a contract for the live broadcast of all Team India matches.

INOX Leisure Ltd announced in a statement that “live matches would be displayed across INOX multiplexes in more than 25 cities.”

“By showing cricket matches in theatres, we are combining the excitement of the big-screen experience and booming sound with the cricket, which is the most popular sport in our nation. This mix would be enhanced by the thrills and feelings of the World Cup, making it a virtual treat for cricket Anand Vishal, the chief operating officer of INOX Leisure Ltd, called them “lovers.”

Numerous bars and eateries, including Pebble Street in New Friends Colony, Underdoggs in Aerocity, Smaaash in Dwarka, and Yes Minister in Adchini, will be showing the game on large screens for cricket fans.

On October 16, the T20 World Cup got underway. The conclusion is planned for November 13.

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