Shikhar Dhawan will be injured and out of the much anticipated ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 clash between India and Pakistan to be played on Sunday, June 16. The match will be played at the Old Trafford Cricket Ground in Manchester.

Final scorecard:

India beat Pakistan by 89 runs [D/L method]

Pakistan 212/6 in 40 overs

India 336/5 in 50 overs [Rohit Sharma 140]

India vs Pakistan highlights video

India 104/0 in 19.3 overs.

India 42/0 in 8 overs

Pakistan win toss and bowl first

The toss will take place at 2:30 IST.

The match will start at 3:00 PM IST, 9:30 AM GMT, 2:30 PM PKT. This is the seventh time India and Pakistan will be playing a World Cup match, and India has won on all the six previous occasions.

India has played three matches so far in this tournament and won two of them. Their previous match against New Zealand was abandoned due to rain. Pakistan has played four matches and won only one of them. They have lost two matches while the other match was abandoned due to rain.

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PTV Sports tv telecast details

Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 Hindi and Star Sports Select 1 will telecast IND vs PAK live in India. Hotstar will live stream the match via the app and the website in the Indian subcontinent.

PTV Sports and Ten Sports will broadcast the match live in Pakistan. PTV Sports website and SonyLiv app will provide the live streaming of the match for the viewers in Pakistan.

Read: PTV Sports live streaming Pakistan vs Australia match at 2 PM PKT: ICC 2019 World Cup

India stuck with the no.4 conundrum once again With Shikhar Dhawan out of Pakistan clash, KL Rahul is expected to open the innings with Rohit Sharma.

This will leave a vacant spot in the middle order which will be taken by either Dinesh Karthik or Vijay Shankar. Other than this, Kuldeep Yadav could make way for Mohammad Shami. Virat Kohli might take a liking about the fact of adding another pacer to the line-up. Rest of the side is expected to be the same.

Pakistan aims to break the World Cup jinx against arch-rivals

Pakistan had played four pacers in their line-up in the previous match against Australia. Even though the plan worked out well in the end, Pakistan would like to add Shadab Khan into the mix to stabilize their bowling unit.

Other than this, Asif Ali could make way for Imad Wasim. Rest of the Pakistan side is expected to be the same.

With 70% chances of rain, Ind-Pak match at this World Cup could face a washout. If the match happens, it's more likely that the number of overs played will be less. The pitch in Manchester is suited for batting, but the overcast conditions can benefit the pacers slightly.