Monday, November 29, 2021

In Pakistan, certain players may not be at comfortable, says Australia’s skipper

Captain Tim Paine Tuesdays said some players may be wary of visiting Pakistan next year. It was announced by PCB that Australia would visit Pakistan in March-April of next year.

On the way to the World Cup in England, Tim Paine’s Australian squad will visit Pakistan in 2022.

So long as security clearance is provided. Tim Paine, Australia’s skipper, admitted to SEN radio that certain players may not be 100% behind the tour.

‘Some guys will gladly listen to specialists. “Others will demand further information, while others will gladly accept the experts’ advice. ” To be honest, some may not want to go.

“I’m sure issues will develop,” Paine said.

They will discuss it and hopefully find a solution. In addition, he said the decision to go to Pakistan was personal.

A 2017 World XI tour to Pakistan included an exhibition series.

Pakistan’s security precautions, which included helicopters flying over the team bus, reassured and worried the Australian skipper.

“On that excursion, Paine said, he had never felt safer. “A helicopter hovered overhead, and checks were conducted every five kilometres.

“Watching the preparation and execution with a couple of choppers 20-30 metres above your bus was both comforting and scary,” he added.

Australia’s tour of Pakistan

A team of Australian cricketers will visit Pakistan in March and stay till April. In Karachi on March 3 and Rawalpindi on March 12-16, there will be two tests.

The teams will re-unite March 21-25 in Lahore. The top seven teams from the 2019 ICC Men’s Cricket Super League, including hosts India, will qualify directly for the World Cup in 2023.

In Lahore from March 29 to April 5, the PCB certified all four white-ball games. After 24 years, an Australian cricket team will visit Pakistan.

Mark Taylor led Australia to a 1-0 series win in Pakistan in 1998, the first since Richie Benaud’s side won 2-0 in 1959-60. Australia visited Pakistan in 1964-65, 1979-80, 1982-83, 1988-89, and 1994-95. (1-0). (1-0)

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