So tomorrow will be the final match of the Pakistan tour down under. For viewers it may be a dead rubber but Australian players are not taking it easily, they want to give an gentle gift to country on National Day by winning their last match. Test matches was absolutely one sided, but in ODI’s Pakistan showed some fight. Just a mere fight will not win them matches against Australia,who are currently in sublime form across all formats. Pakistan have won just a single on this tour and continuing its bad form in Australia across all formats.
But past is past, Pakistan will be looking to win its last game to salvage some pride. Their batting looks quite susceptible against pace, bowlers are really good but unable to pick wickets. The main reason of there decline in ODI is because of poor fielding. But they will look too improve and come hard against the inform Australian side, when they meet tomorrow in Adelaide which is known to produce batting friendly wickets.
Australia : Australia have all there bases covered with powerful batting line-up followed by world’s best bowling line-up. New comers like Peter Handscomb has performed well, only worry will be Usman Khwaja form.
Australia will probably field the same team, even though the all there injured players are recovered.
Key Players : David Warner, Steve Smith, Adam Zampa, Glenn Maxwell
Pakistan : Pakistan have struggled throughout the series, they never had good opening partnership. Only positive thing is they have found good attacking batsman in Sharjeel Khan and Babar Azam. Mohammed Amir led pace attack has done well to keep the Australian batsmen at bay.
Pakistan will be thinking of making changes in their line-up which fielded in Sydney. They will like to give Wahab Riaz balling chance, looking to his past record at Adelaide.
Key Players : Sharjeel Khan, Babar Azam, Mohammed Amir, Sohaib Malik
FANTASY DREAM11 Team
David Warner (c), Steve Smith(vc), Babar Azam, Sharjeel Khan, Sohaib Malik, Mohammed Rizwan (wk), Travis Head, Glenn Maxwell, Josh Hazelwood, Adam Zampa, Mitchell Starc