Pakistan to face PM XI in four-day game tomorrow

By our correspondent
LAHORE: Pakistan will face Prime Minister XI in their four-day warm-up game in Canberra on Wednesday.
Talking to reporters Pakistan’s test captain Shan Masood said that they will try to enthuse the fans with quality cricket.
He said that they have multiple options in bowling adding Mohammad Wasim Junior was taken in the squad because in Sydney reverse swing can be managed.
He said that Mir Hamza and Khurram Shehzad have performed well in the domestic circuit.
He said if bowlers will take 20 wickets then it will make it easier to implement the plans.
He said that Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafiq will open the innings while Babar Azam will bat at No4. He said that Sarfraz Ahmad will be preferred on Mohammad Rizwan.
He said that it would be very important series for David Warner who is an ambassador of cricket and every effort will be made to make different plans for him.
On Tuesday Pakistan team also attended a dinner which was arranged by the Prime Minister of Australia. Australian PM welcomed the Pakistan team and hoped that the match between PM XI and Pakistan team would be good. He said that the series between Australia and Pakistan would also be a rough one as Pakistan is a quality team.
Speaking on the occasion Shan Masood said that the PM XI is a tough team and it would be a good game. He said that they are very happy to play the game against the PM XI which is being played since 1951.
Pakistan team is in Australia to play a series of three tests which will begin with the first test on December 14 in Perth.

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