Pakistan to enter T20 World Cup with 3 Fastest Bowlers of the world consisting of Shaheen Shah Afridi, Naseem Shah and the best death overs bowler Haris Rauf. So Pakistan is ready to enter the T20 World Cup with an amazing bowling lineup. It will be the first time Pakistan will use the best bowling combination in the same match and interestingly it will be against India in the inaugurating match of the T20 World Cup.
Shaheen Shah Afridi joins the National team in Australia and is currently doing his practice. It was worrisome for Pakistan team as Shaheen Afridi was undergoing through a Knee surgery but now it is a good news as Shaheen Afridi joins the National team. The good thing for Pakistan is that Pakistan was able to replace Shaheen Shah Afridi with another fast bowler “Naseem Shah”. Now it will be the first time that Shaheen Shah Afridi, Naseem Shah and the best death overs bowler Haris Rauf will play at the same time. The 3 bowlers makes Pakistan a real strong bowling side.
On Sunday in Brisbane, Shaheen Shah Afridi and Fakhar Zaman were reunited with the Pakistani T20 World Cup team. The Pakistani team, led by Babar Azam, will play India in their World Cup debut on Sunday. Prior to Pakistan’s opening round match against Team India at the competition, speedster Shaheen Shah Afridi has joined the Pakistani team in Brisbane. After recovering from a knee ailment that held him out of the whole Asia Cup 2022, Afridi is back in the T20I mix.
On Sunday in Brisbane, pacer Afridi and star batsman Fakhar Zaman re-joined the Pakistan World Cup team. Usman Qadir has been replaced in the World Cup squad by Pakistan’s Zaman, who has successfully recovered from a hairline fracture in his right thumb.
The ICC Men’s Twenty20 World Cup is commencing today in Australia, and cricket fans can’t wait to watch the high-voltage action between Pakistan and India. On October 23, two teams will compete against one another at Melbourne’s renowned Melbourne Cricket Ground.
On Sunday, the day Pakistan and India are due to play a group game in Melbourne, a significant downpour is predicted, according to the weather forecast. Both teams will attempt to push their opponents out of Group 2 in order to advance to the next round. They are in a group with South Africa and Bangladesh. Two more teams will join the group after participating in the qualifiers.