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Mumbai: Indian cricket team will face Pakistan in the Asia Cup group stage on September 19. The ICC on Tuesday released the full schedule for the 2018 Asia Cup to be played in the UAE in September.

Sources revealed that Virat Kohli and his team have to play back to back 50 over matches at the group stage and will face the qualifier team Pakistan. Both the games will be played in Dubai.

As per schedule, the biennial tournament will be played in Dubai and Abu- Dhabi from September 15-28.

The tournament will be played in a 50-over format this term, with an eye on the next year’s World Cup. The five ICC Full-Member Asian teams — India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Afghanistan – will be joined by the winner of the Asia Cup qualifier. UAE, Singapore, Oman, Nepal, Malaysia and Hong Kong are fighting for the spot.

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