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Pakistan Tour of India, 2007-08

A momentous cricketing battle is in the offing with arch-rivals India and Pakistan all geared for another face off in the November-December 2007 Pakistan Tour of India. The tour starts with a warm-up match between Delhi and Pakistanis only to be followed by 5 ODIs between Pakistan and India which will set the stage for a 3-test series between the two warring sides.

It is but natural for the euphoria to reach an unprecedented crescendo when these two great cricketing sides take on each other in the field because it is no longer remains just another game of cricket but a war to be fought and won for ever greater pride and glory. The unquenchable thirst for a win against India could well drive the lethal Pakistani bowling attack to avenge the unforgettable taste of a close defeat in the World Twenty20 Cricket finals which would only be matched by India's undaunted will to make a lasting dent in the opponent shield. Irrespective of who stands out till the end, the two sides could well lend another meaning to the game itself.

Last Updated on 10/30/2012



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