The Australian cricket team currently travels to the United Arab Emirates from September to October 2018 to play two test matches and three matches of Twenty20 International (T20I) against Pakistan. Before the series of tests, there was a four-day training match in Dubai.
In February 2018, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) considered the possibility of organizing this series and the New Zealand tour in the United Arab Emirates in Malaysia instead of the United Arab Emirates, due to the congestion of the Twenty20 system. in Sharjah In May 2018, the CPC invited Australia to play in Pakistan, but Cricket Australia said it would not allow matches. In June 2018, the PCB and the Emirates Cricket Board (BCE) agreed to play Pakistan’s future matches in the United Arab Emirates.
In September 2018, Mitchell Marsh and Josh Hazlewood were named Assistant Vice Captains for the Australian Test Cricket Team. In October 2018, Mitchell Marsh and Alex Carey were named assistant vice-captains of the Australian cricket team T20I.
In the second test match, an additional T20I route for Australia against the United Arab Emirates was added to the route of the tour. Australia had to face the United Arab Emirates in a match before Twenty20 before the T20I series against Pakistan when the match would go to a full game in the T20I series. It was the first time that the United Arab Emirates played a full game of the T20I against Australia. Australia won the only match by seven windows.
Pakistan won the test series 1-0 after the first match ended in a draw.
Australia hopes to regain some pride after its defeat in the Test when it faces Pakistan in three T20s, starting on Thursday morning (3 am EDT).
The mountain will not be easy to climb, as the almost Pakistani hosts are classified as the best T20I team in the world. Pakistan also beat Australia twice in a T20 series in July.
Fortunately for Australia, it has the best T20I drummer in the world, Aaron Finch, as well as other white machine guns, Chris Lynn and D’Arcy Short.
After winning nine consecutive series of the T20I series, Pakistan has, of course, a lot of power as a star.
Pakistan vs Australia T20 Series
24 October 2018 | 20:00 (D/N)
Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi
26 October 2018 | 20:00 (D/N)
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai
28 October 2018 | 20:00 (D/N)
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai
The news team of Pakistan and the game 11
News of the PAK team.
Pakistan remembered the drummer Babar Azam and the complete player Imad Wasim in his squad of 15 men of the T20I, both players recovered from their respective wounds. Mohammad Hafeez is back and must open the baton with Fakhar Zaman. The hosts also included the unrestricted speed skating player Waqas Maqsood due to his impressive performances nationwide, while leaving aside Haris Sohail and a Mohammad Amir.
Key Players of PAK
Fakhar Zaman is currently the second-best drummer in the world in the T20. The opener scored 94 and 66 in the respective entries of the second test and will try to put this form in the shortest format. Babar Azam has an average of more than 50 in T20I and is another key drummer for Pakistan at the top. Shoaib Malik is the team’s first driver in this format and the average order will depend a lot on him. As for bowling, the organizers will turn to Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali and Imad Wasim to do the work. Hasan Ali has five windows in two T20Is in this field and is one of the best candidates for initial advances. Shadab and Imad should also cause problems for Australian drummers on this easy-to-turn surface.
Zaman left-handed is second behind Finch in the ITC T20I ranking. He collected 278 points at 55.60 and an attack rate of 157.06 in the playoffs, including 91 with 46 victories in 46 in the final against Australia. This year, he became the first Pakistani player to score a double century with ODI (210 * over 156 vs. Zimbabwe).
Shadab Khan has been on the international stage for more than a year, but he won 32 T20I windows at age 18.
The columnist of Khan occupies the second best bull in the world in the ranking T20I behind his namesake Rashid of Afghanistan. The 20-year-old has been on the international scene for more than a year, but he won 32 T20I windows at age 18 and an economic rate of return of 6.72. It was slightly less effective in Series 3, taking five windows at 32.40 (8.60 economies).
Ali will be ready to return to form after being named ICC Champions Trophy Player. He took 13 windows at 14.69 for the tournament, but could only manage from five to 43 during his last mission: Asia Cup. The rapid has 27 portals T20I at 22.70, and a savings rate of 8.24.
Azam ranks fifth among the best T20I drummers in the world, with an average of 53 with a score of 127.49. He had a series of mixed tests against Australia, scoring four points and zero at the start of the first race, before reaching 99 points and 28 undefeated in his second round. The right has not played in a T20I against Australia yet.
Pakistan is in great shape when it comes to T20 cricket. They have participated in 13 international T20s so far this year and have won 11. Their last assignment for T20I took place in July. In Zimbabwe, it was a triple series in which Australia also participated, and Pakistan did everything possible to win. The team led by Sarfraz Ahmed enters the series after winning each of his last nine T20 series.
Sarfraz Ahmed (c, wk), Shaheen Afridi, Asif Ali, Hasan Ali, Faheem Ashraf, Babar Azam, Sahibzada Farhan, Mohammad Hafeez, Shadab Khan, Usman Khan, Shoaib Malik, Waqas Maqsood, Hussain Talat, Imad Wasim, Fakhar Zaman
Team Australia News and Game 11
News from the AUS team.
Explosive drummer Chris Lynn recovered from his shoulder injury and was named to the 15-man Australian T20I team. Aaron Finch will lead the team for this international T20 series and will probably open the club with D’Arcy Short, while Lynn will take third place. Rapid pitcher Nathan Coulter-Nile and Nathan Lyon are two other players returning to the Australian T20. Uncrowned drummer Ben McDermott, who had an impressive JLT Day Cup, also won a reminder and should make his debut on Wednesday.
Key players AUS
Aaron Finch is the number one drummer of T20 in the world. He scored the most points for Australia in the twenty-second format after David Warner and it will be very difficult for Pakistani bowlers to stop him once he gets up. Chris Lynn and Glenn Maxwell are also explosive drummers and visitors should be in a strong position if they leave. With the ball, it is Andrew Tye, Billy Stanlake and Adam Zampa who must deliver the goods. Tye is sixth in the ICC T20I ranking for bowlers and has won the largest box office in Australia in this format of the current team. Zampa seems to be your best option at this time and is likely to generate a decent turnover in this field. Stanlake was a revelation for his team in white-ball cricket and was able to hit Pakistan’s club by hitting early.
Finch tackles the series in the brilliant shape of the T20 after outstanding performances in the July Tri-Series against Zimbabwe and Pakistan, and in the T20 Blast of England. He was the top scorer in the third round with 306 double-ball points. He broke his own record for the highest T20I score in the series by throwing 172 balls of 76 balls against Zimbabwe. The first game also scored 589 points with 147.25 and an attack rate of 182.35 while playing for the English county of Surrey in the explosion this year.
Lynn started the season with strength, recording the best performance of the National Cup for a day with 452 points with 75.33. Lynn will look to get her international career back on track after being neglected in the last two Australian series due to persistent shoulder problems. The season began with strength, recording the best performance of the National Cup in one day with 452 points with 75.33. The 28-year-old won on Tuesday morning at number 3 against the United Arab Emirates, scoring 20 of 13.
Short is in a dangerous form after 404 races at 80.80 in the Cup of a Cup. His campaign had the highest score in one day for an Australian: 257 of 148 balls. The first match was Australia’s second-best drummer in July’s T20 triennial series, with 165 points, 41.25, but with a slow-hit rate of 115.38.
Zampa will have a point to test against Pakistan after having been forgotten from a one-day tour of the Australian tour in Australia and the series of three T20 series in Zimbabwe. The spinner took 17 T20 windows for Australia at 16.47. He was the most prolific player in the Cup one day this year, with 12 windows at 25.41.
Recent AUS form
Australia won nine and lost three of the 12 international games played this year. They won the Trans-Tasman Twenty20 Tri-Series that involves England and New Zealand earlier this year in February. They lost a single T20 international against England before losing to Pakistan in the final of the tri-series in Zimbabwe. Australia played their last match with more than 20 wins on Monday against the UAE in preparation for the series and won the match quite comfortably.
Aaron Finch (c), Mitchell Marsh (vc), Alex Carey (vc, wk), Ashton Agar, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Chris Lynn, Nathan Lyon, Glenn Maxwell, Ben McDermott, D’Arcy Short, Peter Siddle, Billy Stanlake, Mitchell Starc, Andrew Tye, Adam Zampa
PAK vs AUS face to face
- Pakistan and Australia have played 17 international matches against the T20, the first with 9-7. One of these matches resulted in a draw with Pakistan, which won the eliminator by one point.
- The two countries met for the last time in this way in the final of the three rounds in Zimbabwe in Harare in July. When winning first, Australia established 184 for Pakistan, but the latter managed to consolidate that total and register a victory of six liters.
- Pakistan has never played Australia in an international T20 at Sheikh Zayed Stadium.
- Matches played: 17; Pakistan won: 9; Australia won: 7; Tie: 1
Sports betting Australia vs Pakistan
Pakistan made its debut as a bookmaker to win the international opening of the T20 at 1.75 at Betway, 1.80 at Bet365 and 1.94 at Betfair. Australia is the weakest for this game and is offered at a price higher than 1.95 in Betway, 2 in Bet365 and 2.04 in Betfair.
- The massive victory of 373 points in the second round in this release would surely have given Pakistan a boost.
- Pakistan has won four of their last five T20 internationals in the field, including the last three.
- Australia has a lot of power against Finch, Lynn, and Maxwell and each of them has the potential to win the game alone.
Pakistan vs Australia: Predictions
Pakistan will have confidence in this match after defeating Australia in the second round at this stage. The hosts were relentless in these conditions in all party formats. They also have a solid T20 record in this field with four victories in their last five meetings, including the last three in a row. Australia will be disappointed after losing the series of tests but hopes that the change of format results in a change of fortune. However, they will have to fight against the Pakistani spinners. Pakistan has beaten Australia twice in the Zimbabwe series and we hope the organizers will beat them again when both sides close on Wednesday.
Final verdict: Pakistan will beat Australia in the first T20 international match at 1.75 at Betway, 1.80 at Bet365 and 1.94 at Betfair.