Last night, the players of the Pakistan Cricket Team regrouped for a dinner in Bengaluru. It was the right gesture by Babar Azam and Co. to look forward after their defeat against India, to bounce back. Currently, Pakistani Cricket Team is residing in Bengaluru where they will play against Australia in their fourth match. But ahead of an important match, Pakistani players met at a hotel in Bengaluru. The crickets were papped in casuals enjoying their meal ahead of their clash against Australia. Do you know when will Pakistan take on the challenge of the Aussies? If not, this article will share all the imperative details of the upcoming match in the following sections. Continue reading this article.
Ahead of their clash with Men in Yellow, the Men in Green re-grouped in Bengaluru at a hotel. PCB shared a video of the Pakistani players on social media. The video shows skipper Babar Azam, pacer Shaheen Afridi, speedster Haris Rauf, Mohammad Wasim Jr, and all-rounder Shadab Khan visiting a hotel in casuals. Along with the superstars of the Pakistan Cricket Team, the coaching staff of Pakistan was also spotted. Notably, the Pakistani team was having a great time in Bengaluru before their important clash with Australia.
Reportedly, Babar Azam and Co. landed in Bengaluru on Sunday, October 15, 2023. Now, the team is preparing for their next match which is against Australia on Friday, October 20, 2023. Currently, Pakistan is at number four with 2 wins from three matches while Australia who were favorites to win the World Cup are struggling to find rhythm as they have lost 2 matches. Although Australia won their last match against Sri Lanka and registered their first win. While Pakistan is still enduring the thrashing defeat by India, therefore, Babar Azam & Co. would aim to bounce back stronger in their next match.
Reportedly, the Pakistani Team will face five-time World Cup champions in Bengaluru. However, Australia has not looked stable in this World Cup but they have found an important win against Sri Lanka after enduring two discouraging defeats against India and South Africa. Although the semi-final will start on November 12, teams have been concerned about the net run rate. Already teams like India, New Zealand, and South Africa have made their intentions clear about winning by big margins. These teams do not want their net run rate to come into the equation while qualifying for the semi-final.