Pak vs Aus: Australia announce test squad for upcoming Pakistan tour


Pak vs Aus: Australia announce test squad for upcoming Pakistan tour

Cricket Australia has reported a 18-part test crew for the much-anticipated Pakistan visit in very nearly 24 years on Tuesday, beginning on March 4 in Rawalpindi.

The visit, which will be Australia's first in quite a while, is set to begin and end in Rawalpindi, with the initial Test to be played from March 4-8 and the four white-ball matches to be played from March 29-April 5, a explanation from the PCB said.

As per the assertion gave by Cricket Australia, Mitch Marsh, Josh Inglis, and Mitchell Swepson are essential for a 18-part crew, adding that spinner Ashton Agar's name is the main option from the lengthy gathering of players that won the Ashes series against England.

The Australia Test crew included: Pat Cummins (c), Ashton Agar, Scott Boland, Alex Carey, Cameron Green, Marcus Harris, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Josh Inglis, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Marsh, Michael Neser, Steve Smith (vc), Mitchell Starc, Mitchell Swepson, and David Warner.

According to the assertion, none of the players from the Australian side have casted a ballot to pull out from Pakistan's visit while the restricted overs match crews will be reported later.

Then again, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) presently can't seem to declare the Test crew for the impending home series against Australia.

Australia to visit Pakistan without precedent for 24 years

The PCB had before reported the subtleties of Australia's first visit through Pakistan since November, 1998. The visit will occur in March and April 2022 and will incorporate three Tests, three One-day internationals, and one Twenty20 worldwide.

Karachi (3-7 March), Rawalpindi (12-16 March), and Lahore (21-25 March) will have the Tests, while Lahore will have the four white-ball matches from 29 March to 5 April.

The Tests will be important for the ICC World Test Championship, while the ODIs will be essential for the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Super League, a 13-group contest from which the best seven groups and has India will qualify straightforwardly for the 2023 occasion.


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