Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni may miss the third and final One-Day International against Pakistan due to a sore back and Dinesh Karthik has been added to the squad as cover.
Dhoni has been India's outstanding performer with the bat in the two defeats, scoring 113 and 54 - both unbeaten - in Chennai and Kolkata.
Nasir Jamshed earned a place in the history books with a third consecutive century for Pakistan against India which set up a convincing win in the second One-Day International in Kolkata.
Jamshed's 106 saw him emulate Javed Miandad - the last man to achieve the feat - and Pakistan's deserved victory put them into an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
Nasir Jamshed and Mahendra Singh Dhoni both scored fine unbeaten centuries in the opening One-Day International between India and Pakistan in Chennai, but it was Jamshed whose innings led his team to victory.
India's captain Dhoni made 113 to haul his side from the desperate position of 29 for five to post 227 for six but Jamshed's effort of 101 helped Pakistan over the line with 11 balls to spare.
India pulled one back against Pakistan in the second, and final, T20 International at Ahmedabad. Yuvraj Singh's career best T20I knock of 72 runs and later on Ashok Dinda's spell at the death helped seal an 11-run victory at the Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera.
In a humdinger of a match, Pakistan beat India by five wickets in the first Twenty20 International at Bangalore. Mohammad Hafeez and Shoaib Malik steered their side home, after the match see-sawed more than once at the Chinnaswamy Stadium.
Pakistan won the toss and elected to field first, something Indian skipper MS Dhoni said he would have done as well. For the visitors though, the decision didn't pay any dividends.
Sachin Tendulkar has announced his retirement from One-Day Internationals on the day that India announced their limited-overs squads for the forthcoming series against Pakistan.
The selectors made six changes from the ODI squad that toured Sri Lanka earlier this year, with Zaheer Khan left out alongside spinners Rahul Sharma and Pragyan Ojha.
A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news as we look ahead to the India vs Pakistan ODI and T20I series in December.
For the first time since 2007, Pakistan are travelling to India to take on their biggest rivals in a series of two Twenty20 Internationals and three One-Day Internationals from 25th December to 6th January.
The second Twenty20 International match between India and Pakistan in Ahmedabad has been shifted from 27th to 28th December.
The Indian board has confirmed that the game will be played one day later than originally scheduled but no further changes to the series itinerary has been made.
Pakistan have dropped one former captain in Shahid Afridi and recalled another in Younus Khan for their three-match One-Day International series in India.
The tour, which begins with two Twenty20 Internationals in Bangalore and Ahmedabad, will end a five-year hiatus in bilateral series between the two rivals following the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, although the two sides met in the 2011 World Cup semi-final in Mohali as well as the recent ICC World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka.
The dates and venues for Pakistan's upcoming tour of India have been confirmed by the Indian board (BCCI) with the series of three One-Day Internationals and two Twenty20 Internationals beginning on 25th December.
Bangalore and Ahmedabad will host the two Twenty20 matches while Chennai, Kolkata and Delhi will be the venues for the three ODIs between 30th December and 6th January 2013.
A One-Day International series between India and Pakistan scheduled for December looks set to go ahead after the Indian government gave their approval.
The five-match series would bring to an end a five-year hiatus in bilateral series between the two rivals following the 2008 terrorist attacks in Mumbai, although the two sides met in the 2011 World Cup semi-final in Mohali.
India and Pakistan are set to resume cricketing relations in December when Pakistan travel to India for a short series, the two countries' boards have confirmed.
The two countries have not met in a bilateral series since 2007 due to strained political relations in the aftermath of the Mumbai terror attacks in 2008.