India vs Pakistan Champions Trophy 2017: Camel predicts who will win today! Will it be India or Pakistan? Watch Video

The most awaited match of the season is here. It's India vs Pakistan! This camel has predicted who will win the match today. Check video here

India is all set to take on its arch-rival Pakistan at the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 match on June 4 and naturally, people in both the countries are already losing their minds. India vs Pakistan match has always been a match with lots of excitement, energy, tension, and thrill. Because nobody wants to miss the epic face-off. While Indians have not refrained from cracking the radio and TV sets jokes, people in the neighbouring country have also come up with some quirky and unique ways to assert their win in the match.

If Indians have parrots and hundreds of astrologers across the country to predict the future of the match, people in Pakistan have camels. You heard that right. A video doing the rounds on social media shows a reporter getting a camel presumably from the Lahore Zoo to predict which country will take the cake today. In the video, you can see the clearly ecstatic reporter asserting that the camel will decide the future of the match and it apparently does.

The camel picks Pakistan even before you can process how the camel actually did that. Following which, people surrounding the camel and anchor start dancing and chanting “Jeetega Bhai Jeetega Pakistan Jeetega”. You can’t miss this hysterical video. Watch:

Earlier on the eve of high-voltage clash Indian skipper Virat Kohli said that the team members are hundred per cent motivated for the Pakistan game.

“We are hundred per cent motivated for the Pakistan game. We just have to play good cricket. All you can do is focus on your skills. You should be good enough to handle a cricket ball, no matter whom you play. Have to come out on top.”

On the other hand Pakistan Skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed said that the pressure will be on team India.

“The pressure will be on India only, we are not under pressure because we are on No.8 (ICC ODI Rankings) and we can’t do worse than that. We will try to play freely. If we win from here then our rankings will go up, it is a possibility that their ranking might go down if we win.”

The match will start at 3 PM (IST).