Both teams will be aiming to get off to a good start in the inaugural edition of a friendly tournament where they are joined by Kenya and Djibouti.
Mauritius will take to the field for the first time in just under a year following their shambolic outing at the 2022 COSAFA Cup in South Africa.
Tony Francois's men were beaten in all of their group-stage matches to finish bottom of Group B with no points on the board and a goal difference of -6.
As a result, Les Dodos have now been beaten in all but three of their last 18 outings across all competitions heading into this weekend's affair.
Coming up next is a first-ever meeting against an opposing outfit who are currently 15 places below in the latest FIFA rankings of all national teams.
Having failed to come out on top in front of their fans since 2016, Sunday's hosts now go in search of a long overdue victory on home turf to help kick off the Four Nations Cup on a positive note.
Pakistan were on the receiving end of a narrow 1-0 loss against Maldives in the sides' friendly fixture at Laamu Gan Zone Stadium on March 21.
That was a seventh defeat on the spin for Pak Shaheen with the South Asian side only managing to find the back of the net on three occasions in that time.
Aiming to avoid coming away empty-handed from an eighth consecutive away involvement, Sunday's visitors have work to do on both ends of the pitch if they are to secure a positive result.
Twenty-year-old Abdullah Iqbal is set to be unavailable for Pakistan as he remains on club duty with Danish second-tier outfit B 93 Kopenhagen.
Mauritius' Andy Sophie has 11 international goals to his name - the most of any active player for his country - making the forward one to keep an eye on.
Mauritius possible starting lineup:
Jean-Louis; Balisson, Castel, Speville, Agathe; Jackson, Rasdarising, Calcutta, Botlar; Sophie, Brasse
Pakistan possible starting lineup:
Hanif; Hayat, Shah, Khan, Wali; Mohammad, Ghazi, Uzair; Bashir, Waheed, Dost
We say: Mauritius 1-0 Pakistan
Both teams are renowned for their inefficiency in front of goal, so we are anticipating a low-scoring affair in this one. That said, we can see Mauritius just about managing to come out on top in the end.
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