India and Pakistan clash in a Champions Trophy match on Saturday promises high-voltage action despite the dead rubber. Former BCCI administrator Jaywant Lele backs the Indian side and said Pakistan has no chance against Men In Blue.

The Edgbaston, Birmigham would resemble any sub-continental ground as India and Pakistan face off in their last league game at the ICC Champions Trophy 2013. By no means it is a dead affair as beating the arch-rival is of immense important to the two teams and their fans. India have already made it through to the semi-finals, but Pakistan would want to go out on a high by clinching victory over their neighbours.

At the outset, India are firm favourites given their form. However, Pakistan would take heart from the fact that they have never lost to India in a Champions Trophy game. They beat India in the 2004 and 2009 editions of the tournament. Misbah-ul-Haq’s men would be eager to maintain that record.