Pakistan to take on India with combination of experienced players


Sarfaraz (L) and Shadab Khan (Center) celebrate with Babar Azam during an ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 match. Photo: AFP
Sarfaraz (L) and Shadab Khan (Center) have fun with Babar Azam throughout an ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 match. Photo: AFP

The Pakistan cricket crew administration has determined to go into its remaining matches of the T20 World Cup, together with the high-octane conflict in opposition to India, with a combination of senior and experienced players. 

As per a report on Geo News,   sources stated: “Unless fitness issues creep up, the same combination that is playing in the warm-up matches will be seen in action against India.”

It appears probably that Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan, Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik and Asif Ali can be included within the taking part in XI, stated the sources.

Among the bowlers, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Hassan Ali and Haris Rauf are probably to be included within the taking part in XI, the sources revealed.

As far because the all-rounders are involved, Shadab Khan and Imad Wasim are being favoured by the crew administration to be included within the taking part in XI.

The crew administration can also be contemplating the significance of the dew consider matches which might be performed at evening.

Pakistan’s match in opposition to India can be performed at 7pm on Sunday, October 24. The Shaheens will partake in a coaching session as we speak. 

Pakistan defeat West Indies in warm-up match

Pakistan coasted to a seven-wicket victory over the West Indies Monday when the 2 sides met for a warm-up fixture.

Pakistani higher order batsmen Fakhar Zaman and Babar Azam had been spectacular with the bat, scoring 46 and 50, respectively, whereas the Pakistani bowlers additionally picked up well timed wickets to limit West Indies to 130.

West Indies had received the toss and elected to bat first in opposition to Pakistan within the first warm-up match between the 2 sides.

West Indies’ Ravi Rampaul had despatched Mohammad Rizwan packing early at 13, whereas Hayden Walsh had taken the wicket of Babar (50), and Mohammad Hafeez — who went for a duck.

Pakistani bowlers put up a robust displaying in opposition to an aggressive West Indian aspect. The Windies by no means appeared snug batting first, shedding wickets at common intervals and solely managing to end their inning at 130/7 from their 20 overs.

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