Pakistan lost its third wicket at a score of 126 runs as Fakhar Zaman was caught by Yuzvendra Chahal off Kuldeep Yadav in the 26th over
Pakistan lost second wicket on 117 runs in 24 overs.
Pakistan completed their 50 in 13 overs for the loss of one wicket.
Pakistan went off to a slow start with the side losing its first wicket early in the fifth over itself, and scoring just 38 runs in 10 overs.
Pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar hurt himself while bowling the fifth over. He walked out of the field after bowling 4 deliveries. The rest two deliveries were bowled by Vijay Shankar who caught Imam-ul-Haq LBW on the first delivery he bowled.
Pakistan lost their first wicket in the form of Imam ul Haq on a total score of 13 runs in fifth over
Rain has stopped in Manchester and the covers removed from the pitch. The umpires will soon take a call on resuming the game.
Hardik Pandya caught off by Babar Azam off a delivery by Amir
Virat Kohli scores fifty on 51 deliveries
Rohit Sharma (140) caught by Wahab Riaz of a delivery by Hassan
India completes double century, at 200/1 in 34.2 overs against Pakistan at Old Trafford, Manchester.
Rohit Sharma scores a quick fifty against Pakistan in 85 balls. This is his second century in tournament. Pakistan bowling has not been impressive. Pakistan has so far used seven bowlers. Wahab Riaz is the only bowler to take a wicket of KL Rahul
Kl Rahul 57(78) caught by Babar Azam on a delivery of Wahab Riaz
Rohit Sharma at 66 runs in 59 balls, Lokesh Rahul at 43 in 67 balls
India 100 for none in 18 overs against Pakistan at Old Trafford, Manchester. Rohit Sharma at 61 runs in 52 balls
India 53/0 in 10 overs against Pakistan at Old Trafford, Manchester. Rohit Sharma at 37 runs in 29 balls
India 32/0 in 6 overs against Pakistan at Old Trafford
Rohit Sharma: 14(15)
KL Rahul: 2(9)
Mohammed Amir: 2-1-2-0
Mohammad Amir has bowled well to concede only two runs in his first two overs. But Hasan Ali has failed to sustain that pressure from the other end.
Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, B Azam, Mohammad Hafeez, Sarfaraz Ahmed(w/c), Shoaib Malik, Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali, Wahab Riaz, M Amir
Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Virat Kohli(c), Vijay Shankar, MS Dhoni(w), Kedar Jadhav, Hardik Pandya, B Kumar, Kuldeep Yadav, Y Chahal, Jasprit Bumrah
Indian and Pakistani fans cheer for their respective teams outside Old Trafford stadium in Manchester ahead of India versus Pakistan match later on Sunday.
Emotions run high not just among the players, but also the fans and that has seen the International Cricket Council (ICC) ensure that all required precautions are taken to avoid any untoward episode in what is billed as the game of the group stages of the 2019 World Cup.
Claire Furlong, ICC General Manager, Strategic Communications, said that while she is not in a position to divulge security details, all necessary steps have been taken to ensure a safe environment.
"We do not provide details on security issues, suffice to say we work with the police and security services on an ongoing basis. Providing a safe environment for everyone at the World Cup is our priority," she said.
After having their last fixture against New Zealand washed out, the Indian team will be raring to take the field when they face arch-rivals Pakistan in the most anticipated clash of the ongoing World Cup at the Old Trafford.
Having secured convincing wins over South Africa and Australia in their first two matches, the Men in Blue were not even able to get on the field for their third match against the Black Caps which was called off due to rain.
Against Pakistan, India have a perfect record as they have won all their six encounters in the previous editions of the showpiece event and thus, Virat Kohli's men would be brimming with confidence considering their past record against the arch-rivals.
However, it would not be that easy this Sunday as they would be without the services of their in-form opener Shikhar Dhawan.
As per the weather forecasting website, Accuweather, spotty showers are to take place between 12 pm and 1 pm (local time). The website further predicted that the conditions will remain overcast throughout the day with the temperature hovering around 17 degree Celsius.
The opener got injured during the match-winning knock he played against Australia at The Oval in London on June 9. He has been sidelined for at least two-three matches with a fractured thumb.