New Delhi: Much to the delight of cricket fans across the world, arch-rivals India and Pakistan can once again play against each other in the ongoing ICC World Cup 2015.
If India defeat Bangladesh in the second quarter-final and Pakistan defeat Australia in the third quarter-final, the two neighbours will clash in the 2nd semi-final of the tournament.
These two teams locked horns against each other in the fourth match of the tournament where the MS Dhoni-led side defeated Misbah & Co by 76 runs.
In that match, as a result of a brilliant ton from Virat Kohli, India scored 300 runs batting first and then bowled out Pakistan for 224 runs.
In the 2011 World Cup, these two sides had met in the semi-final where India emerged victorious by 26 runs.
Interestingly, India have won all matches against Pakistan in cricket's biggest extravaganza and have a 6-0 lead.
India will meet Bangladesh on March 19 while Pakistan will take on Australia on March 20.
In the other two quarter-finals, South Africa will be up against Sri Lanka in the first quarter-final while New Zealand will be up against West Indies in the fourth quarter-final.