Babar Azam is Expected to do well in WTC 2021-23 cycle
By Sangeeta Viswas
on Thu Nov 25 2021
Babar Azam is expected to do well in the WTC 2021-23 cycle in the two-Test series against Bangladesh, feels Pakistan captain Babar Azam, adding that it will be important for his Test scholars to “switch on” at the earliest.
Babar also emphasized that the busy calendar and switching between different documents is not an easy task for the present.
“I don’t think it’s easy to change, but time is short and we need to feed,” he began. “We are playing a lot of cricket one after the other because of COVID and everything. We have been playing white-ball cricket for some time now and now it is time for Test cricket.
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“We had one day’s trip and two days’ practice, so it’s true that time is short but as a practitioner, you should switch and get back into test mode.
“I think our Test cricketers are coming after completing a season and we have made use of the days we are getting. I think time is short and as a result, it would be good if we switch as soon as possible. can do.”
In the ICC World Test Championship so far, Pakistan has won one match and lost one – against the West Indies – and will look to score significant points while aiming to make their bid for the final. Babar Azam admitted that he has full hopes on his team’s occasion this time.
“I think we will do well this time in the ICC Test Championship. If you look at our Test team, it is very organized and the way we played against West Indies, Zimbabwe, and South Africa prove that we are Very good. Skilled team and players are doing well throughout.”
“I think it takes time for a team to get in shape and perform consistently and I think we are getting into that shape now.”
B. Azam insists that he is expecting a sequencing challenge from the hosts. “We cannot take them easily and it is true that they are a young team but they are playing in their home condition.
They can give us a tough time and we need to be focused. He said, ‘I have full hope on the team and we need to be patient and the result will come on its own.
“It is a typical Bangladeshi wicket and it has some grass. Yesterday there was some grass and today we will take a final look at the wicket. Spinners will play a role here and the fast bowlers will also get some assistance early, so we need to condition to the best of our ability.” To make the best use of it.”