Bashir Chacha told ANI, "Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma will score runs against Pakistan."

Pakistan's Men in Green are riding high on their winning streak in the World Cup. In their recent match against Sri Lanka, they achieved a historic milestone by successfully chasing down a target of 344 runs, marking the highest run chase in World Cup history. 

This remarkable feat was accomplished thanks to the brilliant centuries scored by Abdullah Shafique and Mohammed Rizwan, with Rizwan playing an outstanding unbeaten knock of 131 runs off 121 balls, while Abdullah Shafique contributed 113 runs. 

A fiery cameo from Iftikhar Ahmed sealed the victory for Pakistan with 10 balls to spare.

Both Pakistan and India are in good form before the high-voltage clash

The thrilling encounter between Pakistan and Sri Lanka also made history in men's World Cup matches, as four centuries were struck in a single game. Pakistan emerged victorious in this high-scoring thriller, adding to their confidence ahead of the clash with India.

Having faced a significant defeat by 228 runs against India in the Asia Cup Super Four Stage, "The Men in Green" are eager for redemption and ready to give their all in this World Cup battle.

On the other side, the Indian team is riding the wave of a hard-fought victory against Australia and aims to maintain their momentum from the victory against Afghanistan at the Arun Jaitley Stadium on Wednesday. 

Cricket enthusiasts worldwide eagerly await the epic showdown between the arch-rivals, India and Pakistan, in the forthcoming World Cup clash that promises to be an unforgettable cricketing spectacle.