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Pak vs Aus: One change likely in Pakistan playing XI

Usama Mir expected to be inducted in place of pacer.

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Pakistan may induct leg-spinner Usama Mir in the playing XI in place of a pacer against Australia on Friday.

Green Shirts are scheduled to play their fourth match of the ongoing ICC Men’s World Cup 2023 against the Kangaroos at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru.

“Usama may be there in the playing XI against Australia. The management is expected to rest one of the seamers to accommodate the spinner in the playing XI. However, it all depends on the nature of the wicket. As things stand today, Usama is the favorite to make the playing XI,” revealed a well-placed source accompanying the team.

The Bangalore pitch usually is rated as batting-friendly and offers some assistance to spinners.


To a question about Fakhar Zaman’s knee status, a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) official accompanying the team, said the batter encountered the problem recently.

Currently, Pakistan stands fourth in the WC points table with four points and an NRR of -0.137 after playing three matches.

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