India kept alive their streak of having beaten Pakistan in every World Cup contest. On Sunday, however, they will look to straighten a record when they take on South Africa in a Pool B match in the sport’s pinnacle event at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) here. India have played the African nation thrice (1992, 1999 and 2011) in World Cups and each time ended up as the losing side. This time around both teams go in to their respective second encounters of the 2015 edition with a win in their openers.
Last moment game changers
India:- Raina, Rohit Sharma, Rayudu
South Africa:- Amla, Steyn, Miller