India, with seven previous title wins, seeks to add an eighth Asia Cup trophy to their collection in the 2023 edition.
India's Asia Cup 2023 campaign began with a rain-affected match against Pakistan, but they bounced back impressively.
India's dominance in the Super 4 stage included a massive 228-run win over Pakistan and victory against defending champions Sri Lanka.
India sealed their spot in the Asia Cup 2023 final with impressive performances, despite a narrow defeat against Bangladesh.
India has a rich history at the Asia Cup, with previous wins in 1984, 1988, 1991, 1995, 2010, 2016, and 2018.
India's inaugural Asia Cup win in 1984 featured a round-robin format victory in the UAE.
In 1995, India clinched the title by defeating Sri Lanka in Sharjah, chasing down 231 with ease.
India adapted to the T20I format in 2016, securing victory against Bangladesh in the final.
India's most recent Asia Cup title came in 2018 in Dubai, where they defeated Bangladesh in the final.
Shubman Gill leads the run chart, while Matheesha Pathirana is the top wicket-taker in the current edition. The top scorer will be decided in the final.