Asia Cup 2018: Pakistan Probable playing XI
The last match of the Asia Cup 2018 Super Four Round will be played between Pakistan and Bangladesh on Wednesday. Last Pakistan and Bangladesh on 26th September.
In the Super 4 round, both Bangladesh and Pakistan have defeated Afghanistan and both have lost the match against India. The importance of this last match of the Super-4 has become a semi-final. Pakistan and Bangladesh both have 2-2 points. The winning team will reach the in Asia Cup 2018 final. India has already made it to the final with 4 points.
Asia Cup 2018 Run Rate
Both Pakistan and Bangladesh have lost the Super-4 match against India. Both teams have won their respective matches against Afghanistan. Pakistan’s run-rate is better than Bangladesh’s team. If for some reason the match is canceled, Pakistan will reach the final on the run-rate basis.
Pak coach Mickey Arthur
Coach Mickey Arthur said disappointed with Pak’s shameful defeat, lack of confidence in the team Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur, after losing to India by nine wickets in the Asia Cup, admitted that the confidence of his cricket team has been shaken. They termed the defeat against India as the “worst performance” of the team.
After a second consecutive victory over India’s Pakistan, Arthur told reporters, “We are not excluding them.” Yes, they (Pakistani players) are facing a crisis of self-confidence. ‘
He said The defeat by 9 wickets is included in it. India has very good players. If you give him a little chance, then you will have to bear it and they did it. ‘ Pakistan set a target of 238 runs in front of India and India achieved the target in 39.3 overs with the help of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan.
Arthur said We needed to get wickets early in bowling. We got two opportunities but we could not take advantage of them. If you give such batsmen a chance, then they will dominate you. ‘ Arthur felicitously praised the Indian team which is still invincible in the tournament.
Pakistan Probable playing XI
Fakhr Zaman, Shan Masood, Babar Azam, Sarfraz Ahmed (captain), Shoaib Malik, Asif Ali, Mohammad Nawaz, Shadab Khan, Fahim Ashraf, Hasan Ali, Shaheen Afridi, Junaid Khan.