After beating England 4-0 in the Ashes serie3s, Australia’s Pat Cummins-led team will now prepare for the Pakistan visit. For the first time since 1998, the Kangaroos will visit Pakistan.
Australia is looking forward to bolstering its speed assault.
Security clearance has already been completed, with representatives from the CA’s security council visiting Pakistan and evaluating overall security procedures.
Pitches from the subcontinent are typically spin-friendly. However, based on the facts and Bazid Khan’s professional opinion, the pacers will be crucial, maybe even more so than the spinners.
“We don’t have a lot of knowledge on what kind of wickets to expect,” top selector George Bailey told ABC Tasmania.
“We watched a lot of their first-class cricket.” It appears to favour quick bowling, which may seem illogical. “Pakistan has a plethora of good fast bowlers,” he continued.
“A lot of our subcontinent experience has led us to believe that the spin will be extremely useful as well.” “We’re covering all bases and bringing a few of spinners and a slew of quick bowlers simply to make sure we can adjust to whatever circumstances we receive,” Bailey added.
The Pakistan tour will be Australia’s first away tour since the Ashes in 2019. In addition, travels to South Africa and Bangladesh were cancelled because to the Covid-19 epidemic.