All Set For an India-Pakistan Showdown. Where Does Pakistan Go From Here?

Posted on March 24, 2011
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Adil Najam

The game – the only game – that everyone in India and Pakistan were waiting for is now set. Pakistan meets India in the Semi-Final on Wednesday, March 30, at Mohali in Chandigarh, India. Either India or Pakistan WILL make it to the Final. Which one?

We know which one we want to get to the Final, but which one do you think will? Maybe the poll has lost meaning by now, but since we have been asking this question from the beginning of the World Cup (#1, #2, #3) lets keep going. What do you think happens to Pakistan from here onwards:

The progression of ATP opinion has been interesting, but not surprising: In our very first poll (816 responses) as many as 45% had thought Pakistan would not even reach the Semi-Finals, and 26% had thought Pakistan would become World Champion; In our second poll (821 responses) with this same question, only 13% thought Pakistan would be out before the Semi-Finals, and 49% thought Pakistan would become World Champion; In our third and most recent poll (1155 responses) on the subject, 11% felt Pakistan would not even make it to the Semi-Finals and as many as 60% thought Pakistan would become World Champion.

What do you think now. India vs. Pakistan, and maybe beyond. Where does Pakistan go in this Cricket World Cup 2011 from here?

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45 responses to “All Set For an India-Pakistan Showdown. Where Does Pakistan Go From Here?”

  1. Kazim says:

    It was a fun world cup to follow. And since its all entertainment that is the whole point.

  2. Meengla says:

    For anyone wants to watch a paid way to see the Match online, please email pakcricket -at- gmail – dot – com

    I am not affiliated with this person but I have used his services before and they were reliable.

    Currently, I just paid about $9 to watch not only the Semi between India-Pakistan but also the Final.

  3. walking_by says:

    @Mike: There is a streaming link but I believe it can only be viewed from India.

    Go to http://www.espncricinfo.com/ on match day and check the front page for a link to live video.

  4. Mike says:

    Good luck India and Pakistan

    I have never watched a cricket match in my life. However I plan to watch this one. Any links for free streaming?

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