The confident men in blue will be facing the green brigade once again, three days after their match where India defeated Pakistan in the group stages by 8 wickets. This time, however, it is in the Super Four stage of the Asia Cup 2018 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
After being made to work hard by minnows Hong Kong in their tournament opener, India produced a clinical display to make short work of Sarfraz Ahmed's team in the group stage.
The last time when the two sides met, the Sarfraz Ahmed-led Pakistan side had no answer to either Indian bowling attack or the batting as the issue became a completely one-sided affair with India dominating in each department of the game.
Rohit will be eyeing another top-level show from his bowlers and batsmen, including himself. The skipper himself is in good touch with the bat, amassing 158 runs from three innings while opener Shikhar Dhawan, too, looks in fine form, putting 213 runs in three games.
0.2 overs; Direct hit but third umpire says Imam-ul-Haq not out #INDvPAK #AsiaCup2018 🏏