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Asia Cup Hockey: India to take on Pakistan in final Super-4 match today

All India Radio Saturday, 21 October 2017
Asia Cup Hockey: India to take on Pakistan in final Super-4 match today21 Oct 2017India will take on arch-rivals Pakistan in their third and final Super 4 match of the 10th men's Asia Cup hockey in Dhaka today.High on confidence following their impressive string of performances, an in-form India would look to maintain their unbeaten run.
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News video: Asia Cup- Rain Puts India-Pakistan Match In Jeopardy

Asia Cup- Rain Puts India-Pakistan Match In Jeopardy 00:46

Indian Men’s hockey team has led a strong campaign in the ongoing Asia Cup in Dhaka, and will look to continue the winning streak when they take on arch-rival Pakistan for the second time today in the Super 4 game. However, the game looks in danger after heavy rainfall made its way to Dhaka.

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