pakistan’s test squad embarks on their journey for the upcoming series in australia.
The Pakistan men’s cricket team is all set for a tough three-Test series against Australia, and they’ve just jetted off to Sydney. The series kicks off on December 14th at the Optus Stadium in Perth, and the team is gearing up for some serious cricket action.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) recently made some big changes to shake things up after a disappointing run in the 2023 World Cup. Captain Babar Azam decided to step down voluntarily from leading the team in all formats. To add some more firepower to the coaching staff, Umar Gul and Saeed Ajmal have joined as fast-bowling and spin-bowling coaches, respectively.
Excitement is building up, and a video of the team’s departure to Sydney has been shared on social media. The PCB’s official handle also treated fans with some snapshots from the journey. It’s not just about the game; it’s a journey, and fans are eager to see how the team performs.
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Before the real action begins, the team will get some practice in a match against the Prime Ministers XI from December 6th to 9th in Canberra. It’s a chance for the players to fine-tune their skills and get into the groove before facing off against Australia in the first Test match in Perth.
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Keep an eye on your calendars because December 14th is when the cricket showdown begins, and Pakistan is gearing up for an exciting series.