Huge rivals, but also big friends. India and Pakistan went head to head at Edgbaston today. As ever, rain disrupted play but it didn't dampen the spirits of fan as they prepared for the clash of the year.
Keith Wilkinson reports.
Cricket has resumed at Edgbaston as Pakistan takes on India at the ICC Champions Trophy.
The game was rained off earlier this afternoon.
India fans that have travelled from Nottingham to Birmingham to see their team take on Pakistan at Edgbaston in the cricket gave us a treat when they sang about their home. Hear what they came up with. It's a treat!
Cricket fans are heading to Edgbaston in their thousands this morning at Pakistan take on India in the ICC Champions trophy.
An open top bus took Pakistan fans to Edgbaston behind the team bus.
The big day is here for India and Pakistan fans in Birmingham as the two rivals go head to head in the ICC Champions Trophy. The match is a sell out.
Malala Yousafzai announced the first grant from the charity fund set up in her name, with support from Angelina Jolie.Read the full story ›
This is the text of the petition Malala Yousufzai and her father have signed:
Mourning the death of Shahnaz Nazli, a courageous teacher shot for wanting to ensure girls have the right to go to school, we call on the president and government of Pakistan to end the killings and violence that prevent girls' education and to ensure all girls can go to school.
We call for all girls and all teachers to be protected and given security to enable them to enjoy their basic right to be educated.
Malala Yousufzai and her father Ziauddin have become the first signatories of a petition calling for better protection for teachers and students in Pakistan.
The petition, addressed to the president of Pakistan, is in response to the killing of a teacher on her way to work at a girls' school in Pakistan's north-west tribal region on Tuesday.
The killing took place not far from where Malala herself was shot in the head as she returned from school in October 2012.