India and Pakistan is all set to challenge each other after almost a year's break in the Asia Cup one-day tournament starting in Dhaka on Sunday.
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq, whose team were blanked 4-0 by England recently, said the match against India would be the highlight of the tournament.
"Against India it is something special because of the supporters of Pakistan and India," said Misbah.
"Everyone wants to enjoy India-Pakistan rivalry and that adds to the pressure. But we want to play good cricket and improve our own performance. It's going to be a tough tournament," Misbah added.
Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka and hosts Bangladesh are taking part in the Asia Cup.
The first match will be played between Pakistan and Bangladesh, and the final will be played on March 22.