Publicado: Mier, Junio 12, 2019
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Sarfraz reveals Pakistan’s gameplan for their World Cup match against Australia

Sarfraz reveals Pakistan’s gameplan for their World Cup match against Australia

Australia are without another all-rounder in their squad that bowls at speed.

Stoinis' absence will place extra importance on the flexibility of Australia's side in Taunton.

"They've got some world-class players, there is no player you can disregard, they've got match-winners and experience, you need to play your best to beat them".

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If Pakistan remains consistent throughout the match, there are high chances they can ease past Aussies but a lot depends on how the pitch remains at Taunton.

"You never bank on rain, you prepare for the full 50 overs and you have to work on the spot should that change", he added.

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"Everyone just has to be prepared to shuffle their roles around".

"We will go with the aggressive approach we showed against England". On the other hand, Pakistan had their previous match against Sri Lanka washed off but the side stunned England after a prolific all-round performance by the team.

Ramiz said even if Pakistan scores 40 runs in the first 10 overs without losing a wicket then it would still be considered a good start.

Sarfraz admitted that while Pakistan haven't beaten Australia often, they faced the same situation when going up against England.

Further rain is expected for the rest of the week, potentially affecting India's heavyweight clash with New Zealand in Nottingham. Australia have managed to win two out of three matches in their march towards the World Cup trophy.

"It's important that you get early wins on the board because if they do play a part you don't want to be on the wrong end of a couple of washouts".

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