This is the match of the tournament. India take on Pakistan in a crucial Group A match at Centurion today. Indians will be playing their first game of the tournament while Pakistan will be playing their second and a win for the greenshirts will almost see them through to the semi-finals. Pakistan haven't enjoyed a good time against India in recent times but India despite all their resources are beatable. Pakistan will have to give a much improved batting display. Captain Younis Khan will return to bolster the side. This means that Misbah-ul-Haq might have to sit out after a plain show in the first game. The bowling was good for Pakistan against West Indies however there is room for improvement. It would be good if the bowlers don't get over-awed and bowl to a plan. Indians have been put on the backfoot with Yuvraj Singh aabsence, while the chances of opener Gautam Gambhir are still 50-50. This will definitely make Indians change their plans with old pros like Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid getting added responsibilities. India still have some capable batters who can deliver for them like Suresh Raina and Yusuf Pathan. Despite India's tall claims there bowling remains their weak point something Pakistan should aim to exploit . All said and done it is expected to be a cracker jack of a game as the face off comes in a crucial game. While Indians might be handicapped by the absence of some of their stars yet they are a well-oiled unit and will start as slight favourites. However Pakistan certainly have the ability to deliver the killer blow if they play according to a plan and apply themselves well. Players to look out for Mohammad Aamer has proved to be a revelation since debut. He gave fine bowling display against West Indies and will be more than eager to repeat the performance. Aamer has all the ingredients to do well and his duels with the likes of Tendulkar and Dravid will surely give the fans something to look out for . Despite growing age Tendulkar is a force to reckon with. He gave a sterling display in 2003 when these two teams last time met at the same venue in the World Cup. Today with the added responsibility of shouldering the batting with some main batsmen missing Tendulkar has got his work cut out. Head to head & Conditions Pakistan have enjoyed a superior ODI record against India however the trend has changed somewhat in the recent past. Still overall Pakistan have won 68 out of the 120 games played between the two while India have won 45. In recent games Pakistan have won three in their last five ODI games (all teams) while Indians have won three out of their last five ODI games. The wicket at Centurion is expected to suit both batsmen and bowlers with true bounce expected. Batting first can be an edge in the day night encounter. Australia v West Indies, Wanderers This is expected to be a one sided game with defending champions Australia taking on an under strength West Indies side. Despite their limited resources West Indies gave a spirited show against Pakistan but Australia can prove to be an even tougher opposition. Aussies are coming after drubbing England 6-1 in the ODI series. Nathan Bracken has been ruled out due to injury but still Australia have good back ups and make them a powerful bowling unit. The likes of Brett Lee and Mitchell Johnson will test the character of the West Indies batting. Nathan Hauritz has bowled tidily in recent past making him one to be aware of. Australian batting hasn't been clicking big time in recent matches but a meager West Indian bowling line will make their job much easier. Australians will be hoping that the likes of Michael Hussey and Ricky Ponting spend good time in the middle and get back into form before the tougher games against India and Pakistan later. For West Indies there is not much to lose. Gavin Tonge bowled well against Pakistan and will be hoping for another good spell against the world champions. Players to look out for Brett Lee is one of the best ODI bowlers today and against a mediocre West Indian batting he would be hoping for an easy outing. Lee has comeback well from injury and will be hoping to get into the groove with a good spell today before the all important games against India and Pakistan next week. Nikita Miller is a capable left arm spinner however it was his batting which helped his side thwart Pakistan in the opening game. Miller batted responsibly and scored a defiant fifty. Head to head & Conditions In the 119 ODI games between the two, West Indies have won 57 while Australia have won 58. In the recent overall games Australia have won four of their last five ODI games while West Indies haven't won any of their last five games. The pitch is expected to be fast and bouncy with bowlers expected to have a good time. Expected line-ups Australia: Watson, Paine, Ponting, Clarke, Ferguson, Hussey, White, Johnson, Lee, Hauritz, Siddle. West Indies: Richards, Fletcher, Smith, Dowlin, Reifer, Bernard, Sammy, Walton, Miller, Best, Tonge.