The neighbours qualified for the final on Sunday night. In the first semi-final at the Punjab Sports Stadium, Pakistan thrashed Sri Lanka 46-26, while India defeated a stronger Iran 53-35 in the other semi-final.
Six teams participated in the tournament and four top teams, Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka and Iran, qualified for the semi-finals. The losers of the semi-finals, Sri Lanka and Iran, will play for the third position on Monday evening before the Pakistan-India final game.
In another match Sunday night, Afghanistan won its match against Nepal 3-32 to finish fifth.
Organisers have allocated a cash prize of Rs1.5 million ($15,790) for the winner while the runners-up and the third-placed team will get $10,526 and $5,263.