Pakistan vs World XI, Final T20 Preview: Both teams will take on the series
The third and final match of Pakistan vs World XI Independence Cup will be played today at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. Both teams are on equal level in the series by winning 1-1 and today there will be a tough match for capturing the series between the Pakistan vs World XI.
Any team won the trophy but Pakistan Cricket has already won this series. After many years, all the Pak players are happy playing in front of their fans on their home ground Pakistan vs World XI. About this, Pakistani batsman Babar Azam has said, “It was very difficult for us to play domestic series away from home. Playing at home is a lot easier than it is.
Both matches of the series have been played in Lahore so that both the teams will have a full grab of the pitch and the situation of Pakistan vs World XI match. At the same time, the Pakistan team will definitely get the advantage of the home ground. Babar Azam and Shoaib Malik batted brilliantly by Pakistan in the first two matches of the series. However the poor form of the rest of the batsmen can cause problems for the team. If you talk about bowling then Imad Wasim can be given a new ball. At the same time it’s a pleasure for Pakistan bowler out of the team because of back pain in the last match, Hasan Ali could return. With the return of Ali, the Pakistan team’s bowling will get extra strength.
World XI team is also doing well in the captaincy of Faf du Plessis . Theatra Perera, Hashim Amla and Darren Sammy have been specially selected by the batting. Perera is also performing in batting with batting, taking 2-2 wickets in both Pakistan vs World XI T20 matches. Imran Tahir and Samuel Badree are also in good form to accompany them. Captain Du Plessis says that he is expecting a similar situation in both the matches before the third match.
This Fast Bowler of World XI Before the Final T20 match Warning to Pakistan
The World XI cricket team is currently on tour in Pakistan, where a team of three T20 matches is being played with Pakistan team. In the series played, both the teams showed the performance of the impressive game and brought the series 1-1 to the same level. Now, the third and final Pakistan vs World XI T20 International match to be played in the tournament will be an eye on everybody that with this win the title will go to host Pakistan or even with the World XI team.
On Friday, i.e. the last T20 match played at Gaddafi Cricket Stadium in Lahore on September 15, the World XI team and South Africa’s fast bowler ‘Morne Morkel’ interacted with the media, in the last T20 match to secure the series. Hoping to perform a fantastic game, along with the hosts in this series, they have a very exciting fight with Pakistan.
World XI Team is Very Keen to Capture the Series
While visiting the World XI team’s expert bowler, Mr Morkel , in a media interview, he said , “Our team wants to capture the series by registering their last series of three T20 matches against Pakistan to register their names, for which I’m very curious. Apart from this, my journey in Pakistan has been very fabulous so far. ‘
Speaking on the issue of security, Morkel said , “I am fully satisfied with the security given to the World XI cricket team, in the way the PCB and the Government of Pakistan have made satisfactory arrangements for our security. I admire it very much. ‘
|Date:||12th September 2017|
|Time:||7:30 PM IST, 14:00 GMT|
|Venue:||Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore|
Pakistan vs World XI Live Stream
Below we tell about the list of channels all over the world where you can easily watch the match- there is a list of live streaming channels of the matches.
|India –||SONY SIX, SONY SIX HD, TEN 3|
|Pakistan-||PTV Sports, Ten Sports|
|South Africa-||Super sport|
|USA, Canada-||willow TV|
|UNITED KINGDOM-||SYKY SPORTS (TBC)|
Probable Team of Pakistan
Shoaib Malik, Sarfaraz Ahmed (captain / wicketkeeper), Sohail Khan, Ahmed Shahzad, Babar Azam, Mohammad Nawaz, Hasan Ali, Imad Wasim, Ruman Rai, Fakhar Jamman, Shadab Khan
Probable team of World XI
Paul Collingwood, Hashim Amla, Morne Morkel, Tamim Iqbal, Samuel Badree, Tim Paine (wicketkeeper), Thesara Pereira, David Miller, Imran Tahir, Faf du Plessis (Captain), Ben Cutting