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First Test against Australia: What will be Pakistan’s playing XI?

First Test against Australia: What will be Pakistan’s playing XI? The important consultation of the Pakistan team management for the Perth Test against Australia will be held tonight.

According to sources, Nauman Ali is likely to play the match after Abrar Ahmed is fit, while Sajid Khan will practice with the national team in Perth tomorrow.

Sources say that wicketkeeper-batsman Sarfraz Ahmed is also likely to play the match, while all-rounder Salman Agha is unlikely to play the Perth Test.

According to sources, former captain Babar Azam will play at number 4 in the Perth Test against Australia.

Apart from this, the sources also say that Shaheen Afridi and Hasan Ali are certain to be included in the Perth Test, while there is a possibility that 3 more fast bowlers will be included in addition to all-rounder Faheem Ashraf.

It should be noted that the first match of the series of 3 Test matches between Pakistan and Australia will start on December 14.

First Test against Australia: What will be Pakistan's playing XI?
First Test against Australia: What will be Pakistan’s playing XI?

 

In the Perth Test, the net was prepared to put the Pakistan team in trouble. In the Perth Test, a trap was prepared to trap the Pakistan cricket team with pace and bounce.

The first match of the series of 3 Test matches between Pakistan and Australia will start on December 14. On the pitch prepared for the Perth Test match, the Australian media has commented that the pitch will be slightly different, with less grass than before. is visible

Curator Isaac Macdonald says that the pitch is designed with a slightly different approach, in my approach the pitch should be a little harder than the top and the grass a little less, I see a good pitch for the longer format.

Australian cricket team coach Andrew Macdonald says that the bounce of the Perth pitch will be a challenge for the Asian team, the Perth pitch will have a lot for both the bowlers and the batsmen.

Australian cricketer Steve Smith says that there will be bounce and pace in the Perth pitch, and there will be seam movement in the beginning due to the grass on the pitch, the Australian cricket team will benefit from it, and they will benefit from the conditions.

The vice-captain added that the pitches we got in Pakistan didn’t have much bounce and pace, players in Asia don’t get much bounce and pace. In Australia, we will try to take advantage of the bounce and pace.

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