These 4 Teams, Including India, Entered The Super-4 Of Asia Cup 2023, IND vs PAK Match Will Happen This Day

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Asia Cup 2023 has reached its next stage. After Tuesday’s Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka match, the two teams from Group B going through to the knockout rounds have been revealed. Both the teams faced each other on the ground of Pakistan, in which Dasun Shanaka’s team won. After winning the toss and batting first, Sri Lanka scored 291 runs on the scoreboard at the loss of 8 wickets. In reply, the Afghan team was all out after scoring 289 runs in 37.4 overs and lost the match.

Sri Lanka’s victory:

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After the Sri Lanka vs Afghanistan match on 5 September, the last two teams going to Super-4 have been revealed. After India and Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh have qualified for Super-4. The sixth match of the Asia Cup 2023 was played between the two teams at the Pakistan Gaddafi Cricket Stadium on Tuesday. Sri Lanka, batting first, set a target of 292 runs. In reply, Afghanistan could only manage 289 runs and lost the match by two runs.

These teams qualified for the Super-4 round of Asia Cup 2023:

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After Nepal, now Afghanistan team has been ruled out of Asia Cup 2023. Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan on Tuesday to qualify for the next stage of the Asia Cup. Actually, the Super-4 matches of Asia Cup 2023 are to be played from 6th September. India and Pakistan had already made a place in it.

But now Sri Lanka and Bangladesh have also secured tickets for the knock-out round. On the other hand, if we talk about the points table, Pakistan is on top-1 in Group A, while India is in the second position. On the other hand, Sri Lanka is the number-1 team in Group B. Bangladesh is in second place with two points.

Along with this, let us tell you that in the Super-4 round of Asia Cup 2023, India will face Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh on September 10, September 12, and September 15 respectively.

Status of Asia Cup 2023 points table:

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