Fans eagerly await India-Pakistan showdown

Pakistan are out of Champions Trophy contention, but cricket's greatest rivalry still burns brightly.

Last Modified: 15 Jun 2013 06:36
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As India and Pakistan train for a match in England, fans of both teams are gearing up for the closely-watched game.

The two Asian teams have been struggling with corruption and match-fixing allegations, but fans hope that the game on Saturday should bring some fun and excitement back to the field.

Al Jazeera's Lee Wellings reports.


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