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    India vs Pakistan Live Hockey Score And Updates: Could only urge in India to stay awake as there are rumours that the match could start at 12:30 am. Nothing can be confirmed, but the heavy outpour has lesened.

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    “Our opponents in the final, Pakistan are a tough side. We have to produce our best game. We must take care of Pakistan’s counter-attacks.” Manpreet said after the match against Japan in semis.

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    India vs Pakistan Live Hockey Score And Updates: Not much to choose between the two teams as India have won 26 matches, whereas Pakistan has won 25 matches. That makes it even more interesting.

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    India vs Pakistan Live Hockey Score And Updates: It is raining and the pitch is wet hence that is going to make it difficult for both teams. India have speed and Pakistan will too rely on their attack.

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    Did you know? Fourth edition of the Asian Hockey Champions Trophy was held in Kuantan, Malaysia from 20–30 October 2016.

    India defeated Pakistan 3–2 in the final to win the coveted trophy for the second time. Could it be a case of ‘Score, Rinse, Repeat’ tonight?
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    India vs Pakistan Live Hockey Score And Updates: Both India and Pakistan have won the title twice. India won it in 2011 and 2016, while Pakistan won the 2012 and 2013 editions.

India vs Pakistan Highlights, Asian Champions Trophy 2018 Final: It was rain that played spoilsport and the summit clash washed away with both teams declared as joint winners. After defeating the arch-rivals 3-1 in the group stage, India will start as overwhelming favourites in the summit clash of the Asian Champions Trophy against Pakistan. That too, India came back from behind to beat Pakistan after trailing 0-1. Gurjant Singh and Dilpreet Singh have been in good goal-scoring form and India would be hoping they find the back of the net in the all-important finals. India has 28 goals compared to 18 goals by Pakistan in the tournament heading into the finals.

Ahead of the match Indian hockey skipper Manpreet Singh spoke about ‘tough opponents’ Pakistan.

“Our opponents in the final, Pakistan are a tough side. We have to produce our best game. We must take care of Pakistan’s counter-attacks,” he said.

Apart from conceding a solitary goal against Pakistan, Sreejesh has had a brilliant tournament and would hope he can keep a clean sheet in the finals.