Cricket World Cup

The Pakistan team’s first practice session canceled due to rain

The Pakistan team’s first practice session was canceled due to rain.  The first practice session of the Pakistan cricket team at the Manuka Oval Stadium in Canberra, the capital of Australia, was marred by rain and hail.

The Pakistan cricket team is in Australia for a three-Test series and before the Test series, the national team will play a four-day match against Australia’s Prime Minister XI in Canberra from December 6 to 9.

The Test series between Pakistan and Australia will officially start from December 14, the national team will be led by Shan Masood, who has been given the captaincy for the first time.

The first practice session of the national team was canceled ahead of the 4-day match against Australia’s Prime Minister’s XI.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) shared a photo of the Manuka Oval stadium on the account of micro-blogging website X in which the stadium can be seen draped in a white sheet.

It was informed by PCB that the first practice session of the Pakistan cricket team was canceled due to rain and hailstorms.

The first Test of the three-match series between Pakistan and Australia will be played in Perth, while the second Test will be played in Melbourne from December 26 and the third and final Test of the series will be played in Sydney on January 3.

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