ICC World Cup Facts
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ICC World Cup Facts

England skipper Eoin Morgan enjoys playing against Pakistan. He has scored 821 runs -- the highest among the players of both the sides’ current World Cup squads -- at an average of 54.73 in the 23 matches he has played against Pakistan.

Pakistan’s Imam-ul-Haq has a staggering average of 117 -- the highest among the players from both the sides’ current World Cup squads -- in the four matches he has played against England. His highest score against the World Cup hosts was a 131-ball 151 in a losing effort.

Chris Woakes scalped 27 wickets in the 12 matches he featured in against Pakistan. He remains the highest wicket taker of the two sides.

England’s Jos Buttler has taken 14 catches, the most by any among both the teams, in the 13 matches he played against Pakistan

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