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'Go India, Go Kohli': Fans cheer ahead of Ind vs Pak Champions Trophy final

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The clash, which is often referred to as the 'mother of all battles', is all set to once-again fill the cricket fans with enthusiasm and anticipation as the two arch-rivals meet each other for the second time in a month's time in the high-voltage final of the Champions Trophy at the Kennington Oval in today.

As cricket enthusiasts all over world are anxiously waiting for the battle, an air of unusual excitement can be felt among young cricketers across the country as they wish the Indian players all the luck for today's match.

"We are totally confident that will win. There is no doubt about it. I am already preparing for the win. Everyone is in form," said a cricket fan from

"is playing well. Even is doing well. I think it will be a close match," said another.

"Bhuvneshwar and Bumrah are bowling very well and the batting order is also taken care of by Rohit, Dhawan and Kohli," said a cricket fan.

"I think a final match is taking place between both nations after 10 years. I think it will be a very interesting game. I think Virat is really doing well and will win," said a fan from Vadodara.

"had a really good come back, but we all are sure that will win," said a fan from Bengaluru.

"It will be a good match because even is in good form. But when it comes to winning, it is only is good with bowling," said a fan from Bhopal.

"Our team is in full form. There is no doubt that will win. If keeps playing like this then have no chance of winning," said a cricket enthusiast from Delhi.

Meanwhile, assuring that will be neither intimidated nor arrogant when they face in Champions Trophy final, Indian skipper Virat Kohli asserted that there were no favourites in the much-awaited clash.

If the defending champions beat today, then they will become the No. 1 ODI team by knocking South Africa off the top spot.

Speaking on the eve of the encounter which is expected to draw in 300 million television viewers in alone, Kohli remained wary of his side's status as favourites in the match.

The Indian team, considered to be one of the favourites to defend the title, have played to their potential in all the games till now, except the one against Sri Lanka, who surprised the Men in Blue in the group stage.

Pakistan, on the other hand, have also lived up to their "unpredictable" standards, with their comprehensive wins over South Africa and Sri Lanka after the first game debacle against Kohli and Co.

On Wednesday, they knocked previously unbeaten tournament hosts England out of the competition with a comprehensive eight-wicket win in Cardiff.

Kohli also indicated that he would not be making any change in the Playing XI and would go with the same team that played against Bangladesh in the semi-finals.

The Men in Blue have won all three of their previous matches against in the knockout stages of International Cricket Council (ICC) tournaments to date.

This will be the fifth time and will have a face off in the Champions Trophy; the record is currently balanced with two victories each.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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'Go India, Go Kohli': Fans cheer ahead of Ind vs Pak Champions Trophy final

The India-Pakistan clash, which is often referred to as the 'mother of all battles', is all set to once-again fill the cricket fans with enthusiasm and anticipation as the two arch-rivals meet each other for the second time in a month's time in the high-voltage final of the Champions Trophy at the Kennington Oval in London today.As cricket enthusiasts all over world are anxiously waiting for the battle, an air of unusual excitement can be felt among young cricketers across the country as they wish the Indian players all the luck for today's match."We are totally confident that India will win. There is no doubt about it. I am already preparing for the win. Everyone is in form," said a cricket fan from Mumbai."India is playing well. Even Pakistan is doing well. I think it will be a close match," said another."Bhuvneshwar and Bumrah are bowling very well and the batting order is also taken care of by Rohit, Dhawan and Kohli," said a cricket fan."I think a final match is taking place ...

The clash, which is often referred to as the 'mother of all battles', is all set to once-again fill the cricket fans with enthusiasm and anticipation as the two arch-rivals meet each other for the second time in a month's time in the high-voltage final of the Champions Trophy at the Kennington Oval in today.

As cricket enthusiasts all over world are anxiously waiting for the battle, an air of unusual excitement can be felt among young cricketers across the country as they wish the Indian players all the luck for today's match.

"We are totally confident that will win. There is no doubt about it. I am already preparing for the win. Everyone is in form," said a cricket fan from

"is playing well. Even is doing well. I think it will be a close match," said another.

"Bhuvneshwar and Bumrah are bowling very well and the batting order is also taken care of by Rohit, Dhawan and Kohli," said a cricket fan.

"I think a final match is taking place between both nations after 10 years. I think it will be a very interesting game. I think Virat is really doing well and will win," said a fan from Vadodara.

"had a really good come back, but we all are sure that will win," said a fan from Bengaluru.

"It will be a good match because even is in good form. But when it comes to winning, it is only is good with bowling," said a fan from Bhopal.

"Our team is in full form. There is no doubt that will win. If keeps playing like this then have no chance of winning," said a cricket enthusiast from Delhi.

Meanwhile, assuring that will be neither intimidated nor arrogant when they face in Champions Trophy final, Indian skipper Virat Kohli asserted that there were no favourites in the much-awaited clash.

If the defending champions beat today, then they will become the No. 1 ODI team by knocking South Africa off the top spot.

Speaking on the eve of the encounter which is expected to draw in 300 million television viewers in alone, Kohli remained wary of his side's status as favourites in the match.

The Indian team, considered to be one of the favourites to defend the title, have played to their potential in all the games till now, except the one against Sri Lanka, who surprised the Men in Blue in the group stage.

Pakistan, on the other hand, have also lived up to their "unpredictable" standards, with their comprehensive wins over South Africa and Sri Lanka after the first game debacle against Kohli and Co.

On Wednesday, they knocked previously unbeaten tournament hosts England out of the competition with a comprehensive eight-wicket win in Cardiff.

Kohli also indicated that he would not be making any change in the Playing XI and would go with the same team that played against Bangladesh in the semi-finals.

The Men in Blue have won all three of their previous matches against in the knockout stages of International Cricket Council (ICC) tournaments to date.

This will be the fifth time and will have a face off in the Champions Trophy; the record is currently balanced with two victories each.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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'Go India, Go Kohli': Fans cheer ahead of Ind vs Pak Champions Trophy final

The clash, which is often referred to as the 'mother of all battles', is all set to once-again fill the cricket fans with enthusiasm and anticipation as the two arch-rivals meet each other for the second time in a month's time in the high-voltage final of the Champions Trophy at the Kennington Oval in today.

As cricket enthusiasts all over world are anxiously waiting for the battle, an air of unusual excitement can be felt among young cricketers across the country as they wish the Indian players all the luck for today's match.

"We are totally confident that will win. There is no doubt about it. I am already preparing for the win. Everyone is in form," said a cricket fan from

"is playing well. Even is doing well. I think it will be a close match," said another.

"Bhuvneshwar and Bumrah are bowling very well and the batting order is also taken care of by Rohit, Dhawan and Kohli," said a cricket fan.

"I think a final match is taking place between both nations after 10 years. I think it will be a very interesting game. I think Virat is really doing well and will win," said a fan from Vadodara.

"had a really good come back, but we all are sure that will win," said a fan from Bengaluru.

"It will be a good match because even is in good form. But when it comes to winning, it is only is good with bowling," said a fan from Bhopal.

"Our team is in full form. There is no doubt that will win. If keeps playing like this then have no chance of winning," said a cricket enthusiast from Delhi.

Meanwhile, assuring that will be neither intimidated nor arrogant when they face in Champions Trophy final, Indian skipper Virat Kohli asserted that there were no favourites in the much-awaited clash.

If the defending champions beat today, then they will become the No. 1 ODI team by knocking South Africa off the top spot.

Speaking on the eve of the encounter which is expected to draw in 300 million television viewers in alone, Kohli remained wary of his side's status as favourites in the match.

The Indian team, considered to be one of the favourites to defend the title, have played to their potential in all the games till now, except the one against Sri Lanka, who surprised the Men in Blue in the group stage.

Pakistan, on the other hand, have also lived up to their "unpredictable" standards, with their comprehensive wins over South Africa and Sri Lanka after the first game debacle against Kohli and Co.

On Wednesday, they knocked previously unbeaten tournament hosts England out of the competition with a comprehensive eight-wicket win in Cardiff.

Kohli also indicated that he would not be making any change in the Playing XI and would go with the same team that played against Bangladesh in the semi-finals.

The Men in Blue have won all three of their previous matches against in the knockout stages of International Cricket Council (ICC) tournaments to date.

This will be the fifth time and will have a face off in the Champions Trophy; the record is currently balanced with two victories each.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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