Asia Cup 2018 Complete Details

India have won the title on six occasions (including in 2016 when it was played as a Twenty20 format edition), with an overall record of 31 wins, 16 losses and one no-result

Rohit Sharma will be leading the Indian Team in the absence of Virat Kohli

India will start its campaign against a Qualifier, defending Champions India will lock horns with arch-rivals Pakistan in the Asia Cup on September 19 in Dubai, the ICC announced on Tuesday (July 24).

India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Hong Kong will be locking horns with each other to emerge as the top nation in the continent. The ICC has granted the ODI status to the matches played by Hong Kong.

Group A consists of India, Pakistan and Hong Kong while Group B comprises Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Afghanistan.

The tournament-opener will be played between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in Dubai on September 15. The title clash will be played on September 28.

Bangladesh were the hosts and finalists of the previous tournament, which was held for the first time in T20I format. Men In Blue had defeated the Bangla Tigers convincingly back then in the biennial event.

However, it will be back to the previous 50-over format this year because next year the ICC 50 Over world cup is played

The top two teams from each group will qualify for the Super 4 (semi-finals) and two teams will then play the final on 28 September in Dubai.

Venue:

Dubai – Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Abu Dhabi – Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Timings: 5:00 PM (IST)

Channel: Star Sports Network, PTV Sports, India Matches on DD National

Live Streaming: HotStar

Group Stage:

15 September – Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka (Dubai) – 5:00 PM (IST)

16 September – Pakistan vs Hong Kong (Dubai) – 5:00 PM (IST)

17 September – Sri Lanka vs Afghanistan (Abu Dhabi) – 5:00 PM (IST)

18 September – India vs Hong Kong (Dubai) – 5:00 PM (IST)

19 September – India vs Pakistan (Dubai) – 5:00 PM (IST)

20 September – Bangladesh vs Afghanistan (Abu Dhabi) – 5:00 PM (IST)

Super Four:

21 September – Group A Winner vs Group B Runner-up (Dubai) – 5:00 PM (IST)

21 September – Group B Winner vs Group A Runner-up (Abu Dhabi) – 5:00 PM (IST)

23 September – Group A Winner vs Group A Runner-up (Dubai) – 5:00 PM (IST)

23 September – Group B Winner vs Group B Runner-up (Abu Dhabi) – 5:00 PM (IST)

25 September – Group A Winner vs Group B Winner (Dubai) – 5:00 PM (IST)

26 September – Group A Runner-up vs Group B Runner-up (Abu Dhabi) – 5:00 PM (IST)

FINAL 28 September – TBC v TBC (Dubai)

MOST WINS

35 – Sri Lanka (1984-2016)

31 – India (1984-2016)

26 – Pakistan (1984-2016)

7 – Bangladesh (2004-2016)

3 – Afghanistan (2014-2016)

3 – UAE (2016)

1 – Oman (2016)

MOST TITLES

6 – India

4 – Sri Lanka

2 – Pakistan

TOP FIVE RUN-GETTERS (ACTIVE)

Virat Kohli – 613 @ 61.30, HS 183, 100×3, 50×1

Shoaib Malik – 575 @ 63.88, HS 143, 100×3, 50×1

MS Dhoni – 571 @ 95.16, HS 109*, 100×1, 50×3

Suresh Raina – 547 @ 60.77, HS 116*, 100×2, 50×3

Tamim Iqbal – 517 @ 43.08, HS 70, 50×6

TOP FIVE WICKET-TAKERS (ACTIVE)

Ajantha Mendis – 26 @ 10.42, BB 6/13, Econ 3.98, SR 15.6

Lasith Malinga – 24 @ 21.12, BB 5/34, Econ 4.68, SR 27

Abdur Razzak – 22 @ 36.18, BB 3/17, Econ 4.67, SR 46.4

R Ashwin – 14 @ 22.71, BB 3/31, Econ 4.63, SR 29.4

Ravindra Jadeja – 12 @ 29.08, BB 4/30, Econ 4.29, SR 40.5

TOP FIVE WICKETKEEPERS (ACTIVE)

MS Dhoni – 31 (25 catches, six stumpings)

Mushfiqur Rahim – 12 (nine catches, three stumpings)

Safraz Ahmed – 8 (seven catches, one stumping)

Umar Akmal – 7 (five catches, two stumpings)

Anumal Haque – 4 (four catches)

MOST CATCHES BY A FIELDER (ACTIVE)

Suresh Raina – 11

Virat Kohli/Shakib Al Hasan – 9

Angelo Mathews – 8

Ravindra Jadeja/Mohammad Hafeez/Rohit Sharma – 7

Shoaib Malik/Tamim Iqbal – 6

TOP FIVE PARTNERSHIPS

224 – Mohammad Hafeez, Nasir Jamshed (1st wicket v India, 2012)

223 – Shoaib Malik, Younis Khan (3rd wicket v Hong Kong, 2004)

213 – Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane (3rd wicket v Bangladesh, 2014)

205 – Ijaz Ahmed, Moin-ul-Atiq (3rd wicket v Bangladesh, 1988)

205 – Gautam Gambhir, Virat Kohli (2nd wicket v Sri Lanka, 2012)

MOST 100s

Sanath Jayasuriya – 6

Kumar Sangakkara – 4

Virat Kohli/Shoaib Malik – 3

Suresh Raina/Shahid Afridi/Sachin Tendulkar/Lahiru Thirimanne/Younis Khan – 2

MOST SIXES

Shahid Afridi – 26

Sanath Jayasuriya – 23

Suresh Raina – 18

MS Dhoni – 16

Umar Akmal – 14

MOST FOURS

Sanath Jayasuriya – 139

Sachin Tendulkar – 108

Kumar Sangakkara – 107

Virat Kohli – 80

Shoaib Malik – 78

Some Stats :

India vs Pakistan Asia cup ( Head to Head)

Matches:- 13
India won:- 06
Pakistan won:- 05
Tie:- 01
Abandoned :- 01

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