Team India’s performance in the Under-19 World Cup has been completely strong so far. Team India defeated host South Africa in the first semi-final match of the tournament and secured its place in the final. Now the time has come to decide the second finalist of the tournament. The match is to be played between Pakistan and Australia in the second semi-final of Under 19 World Cup. Whichever team wins today’s match will face Team India in the final. This match is to be played at Willowmoor Park.
Like India, both Pakistan and Australia have not lost a single match in the ongoing Under-19 World Cup. In such a situation, an exciting match is expected between the two teams. In such a situation, let us know before the final match what has been the record of Team India against both the teams in the history of Under-19 World Cup and how many matches has India won.
Team India’s record against Pakistan Under 19
A total of 26 matches have been played so far between the under-19 teams of India and Pakistan. Where Team India has had the upper hand. India has won 15 out of 26 matches against Pakistan Under-19 team on different occasions. India’s Under-19 team has faced defeat in 10 matches and one match between the two teams ended in a draw.
Team India’s record against Australia Under 19
A total of 34 matches have been played so far between the under-19 teams of India and Australia. Where India has had the upper hand. India has won 18 out of 34 matches against Australia Under-19 team on different occasions. Whereas India’s Under-19 team has faced defeat in 16 matches. Both the teams are in almost equal position. In such a situation, if Australia comes to the finals, then an exciting match can be seen between the two teams.
Squads of both semi-finalist teams
Pakistan: Saad Baig (captain), Ali Asfad, Ali Raza, Ahmed Hasan, Amir Hasan, Arfat Minhas, Azaan Awais, Haroon Arshad, Khubaib Khalil, Mohammad Zeeshan, Naveed Ahmed Khan, Shahzeb Khan, Shamil Hussain, Mohammad Riazullah, Ubaid Shah.
Australia: Hugh Wiebgen (captain), Lachlan Aitken, Charlie Anderson, Harkirat Bajwa, Mahali Beardman, Tom Campbell, Harry Dixon, Ryan Hicks, Sam Konstas, Raphael McMillan, Aidan O’Connor, Harjas Singh, Tom Straker, Callum Vidler, Ollie Peake.
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