India vs Pakistan Asia Cup Head to Head Records

The India vs Pakistan rivalry continues as both countries are set to face each other in Sri Lanka for bragging rights as Asia’s number one cricket team. India and Pakistan continue to produce high-octane, edge-of-your-seat action whenever they collide, and fans can’t seem to get enough.

Both teams have not faced each other in tours or series of any kind for years; they usually go head-to-head in the Asia Cup and ICC competitions. India v Pakistan has given fans some unforgettable memories in recent times, and we’ll like to walk through each one.

Let’s check out the India vs Pakistan Asia Cup head-to-head records and every essential detail from this decades-long rivalry.

India vs Pakistan Asia Cup Records

Overall Head-to-Head:

Format ODIT20ITotal
Games Played14317
India Win729
Pakistan Win516
N/R or Abandoned1 N/R and 1 abandoned2
India Win PCT53.85%66.66% 
Pakistan Win PCT35.71%33.33% 

It is obvious from the table above that India has more wins that Pakistan on head-to-head records in Asia Cup competition. India also has a higher trophy haul at the tournament over Pakistan with seven (7) trophies compared to Pakistan’s two (2) titles.

In ODI Format:

India and Pakistan have faced each other in Asia Cup ODIs on fourteen (14) occasions. However, there are two events (1 no result and 1 abandoned match) that do not count as an official victory or tie for both teams. See the summary of Asia Cup ODI games involving India and Pakistan below:

  
ODI Matches Played14
India Win7
Pakistan Win5
Tie0
No Result (N/R) and Abandoned1 N/R and 1 abandoned match
India Win PCT53.85%
Pakistan Win PCT35.71%

In T20I Format:

The Asia Cup 2016 edition saw some changes to its original format. Relevant governing bodies agreed that Asia Cups from that edition will ditch the ODI format for T20I cricket. Here’s the summary of Ind. V. Pak. Records in the T20I format. Both teams have played just three (3) games in the adopted format so far:

Matches Played3
India Win2
Pakistan Win1
Tie0
No Result (N/R)0
India Win PCT66.7%
Pakistan Win PCT33.3%

India holds the lead over Pakistan in T20Is at three (3) games played with 2 victories out of 3. Pakistan will look to match their rivals in win PCTs when they meet in Sri Lanka at a hybrid venue.

India vs Pakistan Asia Cup Head-to-Head Records: Match Summary

13 April 1984  

Summary of Final Result: Pakistan lost to India by 54 runs.

31 October 1988  

Summary of Final Result: India defeated Pakistan by 4 wickets.

7 April 1995  

Summary of Final Result: Pakistan beat India by 97 runs.

20 July 1997  

Summary of Final Result: No Result

21 July 1997  

Summary of Final Result: Match abandoned

3 June 2000  

Summary of Final Result: Pakistan beat India by 44 runs.

25 July 2004  

Summary of Final Result: Pakistan beat India by 59 runs.

26 June 2008  

Summary of Final Result: Pakistan lost to India by 6 wickets.

2 July 2008  

Summary of Final Result: India lost to Pakistan by 8 wickets.

19 June 2010  

Summary of Final Result: Pakistan lost to India by 3 wickets.

18 March 2012  

Summary of Final Result: Pakistan lost to India by 6 wickets.

2 March 2014  

Summary of Final Result: India lost to Pakistan by 1 wicket.

27 February 2016

Summary of Final Result: Pakistan lost to India by 5 wickets

19 September 2018  

Summary of Final Result: Pakistan lost to India by 8 wickets.

23 September 2018  

Summary of Final Result: Pakistan lost to India by 9 wickets.

28 August 2022  

Summary of Final Result: Pakistan lost to India by 5 wickets.

4 September 2022  

Summary of Final Result: India 181/7 in 20 overs (Virat Kohli 60; Shadab Khan 2/31) lost to Pakistan 182/5 in 19.5 overs (Mohammad Rizwan 71; Ravi Bishnoi 1/26) by 5 wickets.

Was There Any Asia Cup Without an India vs. Pakistan Match?

India and Pakistan failed to meet at the 1986, 1991, and 1993 Asia Cups owing to different reasons. Both teams couldn’t play each other at Sri Lanka 1986 because India had political issues against the host country at that time.

Pakistan decided to not play in India when their rivals hosted the competition in 1991. In 1993, political turmoil between India and Pakistan led to the cancellation of a scheduled Asia Cup for that year.

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