Asia Cup 2024:
India’s predicted playing XI for India vs Pakistan Match on 28th August

India vs Pakistan Asia Cup 2024 match is set to take place in Dubai on August 28.

In this story, we'll tell India’s predicted playing XI against Pakistan for the Asia Cup 2024 match.

Rohit Sharma will lead India in this Asia Cup. In 2018, he guided India to its previous Asia Cup victory. Rohit is currently the full-time captain of India in all three formats.

1. Rohit Sharma (C)

KL Rohit and Rahul will begin the batting order. He serves as Rohit's assistant throughout the series. He has returned to international cricket after recovering from covid.

2. KL Rahul (VC)

Kohli should bat third in the India vs. Pakistan match. There are rumours that he will open the batting, but the former Indian captain is more suited to bat at number three, as India already has regular openers.

3. Virat Kohli

SKY should bat fourth in the order. His ability to target all areas of the field makes him difficult to bowl against. Recently, he has been in good shape.

4. Suryakumar Yadav

Pant may bat at number five in the order as the wicketkeeper-batsman. He is now receiving a break from the Zimbabwe series and will return for the Asia Cup.

5. Rishabh Pant (WK)

Hardik will be one of two all-rounders included in this Indian XI. Since his return to international cricket, he has been a different and better cricketer.

6. Hardik Pandya

In this squad, Jadeja will be the second spinner and the second all-rounder. In the past several years, he has also improved as a cricketer, generating more consistent performances with both bat and ball.

7. Ravindra Jadeja

In the absence of Jasprit Bumrah, who is ineligible for the Asia Cup, the Indian seam assault will be headed by Bhuvneshwar Kumar.

8. Bhuvneshwar Kumar

Given his international cricketing expertise, Ashwin may replace Bumrah in the starting lineup if he is unavailable. He will be the third spinner for the team.

9. Ravichandran Ashwin

Yuzvendra Chahal Chahal will be the best spinner in India's team. He is now on a game break and will return to playing XI for the upcoming championship match.

10. Yuzvendra Chahal

The young left-handed pacer will be the team's second seam bowler. He rose rapidly through the ranks and showed his potential in the death overs against England and West Indies.

11. Arshdeep Singh