On November 13 (Sunday), at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Pakistan and England will square off in the championship match of the T20 World Cup 2022.
The Men in Green sparred in the nets prior to the trophy-winning game, according to photos posted on Twitter by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). Younas Khan led Pakistan to victory in the 2009 T20 World Cup for his country.
Shahdab Khan, the vice captain for Pakistan, reportedly skipped today’s net practise.
Melbourne’s final T20 World Cup game 2022 is probably going to get rained out. On Sunday, there is still a 95% probability of showers, according to the Australian Government’s Bureau of Meteorology.
While England advanced after beating India in Sydney, Pakistan advanced after defeating New Zealand in a dramatic semifinal match.
On November 9, as Men in Green crushed New Zealand in the T20 World Cup semifinals, Pakistani opener batsmen emerged as unexpected heroes with explosive half-centuries.
As they did in the semi-final of the 1992 World Cup, the Babar-led team destroyed the Kiwis to go to the final, and now the Green Shirts are aiming to win the World Cup.
Fans witnessed the best of batting as Babar Azam (53) and Muhammad Rizwan (57) slammed 105 runs partnership.
Team Greem completed the target in 19.1 overs, courtesy of century opening partnership between openers.