When and where to watch India vs Pakistan match, that too absolutely free, know here

When and where to watch India vs Pakistan match, that too absolutely free, know here

There have been a total of 132 matches between the two countries in ODI, in which Pakistan has won 73 matches, while India has won 55 matches.

IND vs PAK Asia Cup 2023 Live Streaming: In the Asia Cup 2023, Team India will play its first match with Pakistan on September 2, in which the strategy is being discussed continuously and the players are talking about their preparations. India have won their last three ODIs against Pakistan but the last match was played during the 2019 World Cup. Every cricket fan is waiting for the match to be played between India vs Pakistan in Asia Cup 2023, in such a situation, Team India is also busy in completing its preparations, talking about Team India, no one would like to leave any stone unturned against Pakistan, Team India Captain Rohit Sharma has been continuously sharing his intentions but after the injury of KL Rahul, the picture of playing 11 will be seen changing.

There have been a total of 132 matches between the two countries in ODI, in which Pakistan has won 73 matches, while India has won 55 matches. 4 matches came to the fore without any result. At the same time, in the ODI Asia Cup, there have been a total of 13 matches between the two teams so far in which 7 matches have been won, while Pakistan team has been successful in winning 5 matches. One match is inconclusive. 

When and where will the match be played? 

The match between India and Pakistan will be played on September 2 at Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, this match will be played from 3 pm and the toss will take place at 2:30 pm.

Where can you watch the matches for free?

Indian team for Asia Cup: Rohit Sharma (captain), Hardik Pandya (vice-captain), Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Suryakumar Yadav, Tilak Verma, Ishan Kishan, Ravindra Jadeja, Shardul Thakur, Axar Patel, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Mohammed Siraj, the famous Krishna.

Backup : Sanju Samson

Pakistan squad: Abdullah Shafiq, Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq, Babar Azam (c), Salman Ali Agha, Iftikhar Ahmed, Tyeb Tahir, Mohammad Rizwan, Mohammad Haris, Shadab Khan (vc), Mohammad Nawaz, Usama Mir, Faheem Ashraf, Haris Rauf, Mohammad Wasim Jr, Naseem Shah, Shaheen Afridi.

Formula 1 Race : The FFML Season 8 tournament has officially started, promoting the value of inclusivity

Jakarta – The Free Fire Master League (FFML) Season 8 esports tournament officially started on Friday with the values ​​of diversity, inclusivity, sustainability, and being open to professional teams and communities in Indonesia.

As quoted from an official statement on Saturday, as many as 18 professional teams and the best community teams from all over Indonesia will compete for the title and a total prize of IDR 1.2 billion.

The FFML Season 8 series was also carried out through the Free Fire Nusantara Series (FFNS) from early May to the end of July 2023.

Starting from the City Qualifiers in 65 cities, Region Qualifiers in 10 regions, to the Open Qualifiers and Main Stage, a series of open qualifiers FFNS has been participated by more than 500,000 teams from all over Indonesia.

Out of half a million teams, seven of the strongest teams have made it through to enter the main stage of FFML Season 8 including four of which are community teams.

The four community teams that advanced to FFML Season 8 are Persis X Oke (Tangerang), Garuda Wisnu HellCard (Serang), Marawa X Jogja NC (Yogyakarta), and Volker Legends DXL (Kendari).

The presence of the community team on the FFML Season 8 stage will provide a new challenge for this competition. Fresh and unpredictable gameplay from community teams is often a scourge for big teams in FFML.

Even so, professional teams who have been fasting for the FFML title for a long time, such as Evos Divine, RRQ Kazu, and Onic Olympus will certainly give everything to be able to reunite with the FFML trophy in Season 8. Also read :

Five teams are ready to face the final battle at the FFNS Main Stage

The winner of this season will advance to the most prestigious Free Fire tournament series in the world, namely the Free Fire World Series 2023.

The following is a list of teams that will compete hotly in FFML Season 8.

Qualified from FFML Season VII (11 Teams): Bigetron Delta, Evos Divine, Genesis Dogma SF, Kraken Esports (previous name: Echo Esports), Morph Team, Onic Olympus, Poco Star (previous name: G-Arsy Aphrodite), Rocks Esports (previous name: MPO Esports), Rrq Kazu, Thorrad (merger result, previously from: First Raider Eclipse and First Raider Storm), Tigerwong Esports (taking the position of SES Alfaink).

Passed from FFNS Main Stage (7 Teams) : Dewa United Esports, Garuda Wisnu Hellcard, Kagendra, Marawa X Jogja NC, Mbr Epsilon, Persis X Oke, Volker Legends DXL.

Apart from that, FFML Season 8 also brings a different format this season. FFML Season 8 will be divided into three phases, namely League Phase, Semifinals and Grand Finals.


Football : English clubs exceed the two billion pound barrier in the transfer market for the first time

London: With the conclusion of the busy transfer window for English Premier League clubs this summer, the total amount of spending by these clubs in the player transfer market revealed a “massive, incredible pace of growth” in the wealth of this league.

Deloitte, the famous professional and financial services company, indicated that the total amount of spending by English Premier League clubs in the transfer market this summer amounted to 2.36 billion pounds ($2.97 billion).

The total spending exceeded two billion pounds sterling for the first time in the history of the English club transfer market, before the deals concluded yesterday, Friday, including the transfer of Matthews Nunez from Wolverhampton to Manchester City for 53 million pounds sterling.

Callum Ross, associate director of the sports business group at Deloitte, told the British news agency (PA Media) that the numbers reflect a tremendously accelerated growth in the wealth of this league and the volume of spending in the transfer market.

Deloitte’s analysis shows that the transfer market this summer broke the previous record for the total amount of English clubs spending on transfers.

The previous record was 1.92 billion pounds, which was exceeded by spending in the transfer market this summer by about 440 million pounds.