Pakistan vs Australia 2nd test match will live Friday, 29 November 02:00 pm local, 03:30 am GMT 29 November 2019 from Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia. This test match will be played with a pink ball and it is a day and night test match.
After an innings deficit and five runs at the inauguration of the series, Pakistan hopes to rediscover the triumphal procession in the day-night affair against Australia at the Adelaide Oval on Friday, November 29th.
Australia has so far completed five days/night tests, with one each against New Zealand, South Africa, Pakistan, England, and Sri Lanka being the most experienced team in Pink Ball cricket. They have won at home in each of these five home tests and hope their unbeaten run will be maintained when they face Pakistan for the second time in such competition in Adelaide.
Josh Hazlewood in day/night Tests at the Adelaide Oval:— ICC (@ICC) November 26, 2019
Matches ➜ 3
Wickets ➜ 18
Average ➜ 19.44https://t.co/VBIQbHqg8W
The pink ball is known to help the pacemakers, and in the past, the Australian fast bowlers have proven this fact with conviction. Mitchell Starc is the most successful pink cherry bowler with 26 heads, followed by Josh Hazlewood with 21 wickets.
Among the five best wicket-takers with the pink ball, however, are two world-class bowlers: Pakistani Yasir Shah (18) and Australian Nathan Lyon (17), who prove that even the spinners play an important role day and night, The two experienced spinners will most likely play in the Adelaide test and would provide an exciting fight.
Australia dominated both the bat and the ball in the Gabba Test and would try to repeat his collective performance in the next game. As for Pakistan, it would be interesting to see how the attack cuts off the pink ball at a young age. They need to be improved in their strike department. Asad Shafiq, Babar Azam, and Mohammad Rizwan were the only batsmen on the Pakistani side to score more than 50 goals.
Pakistan team training session at the Adelaide Oval. pic.twitter.com/ZPoWxK0ZNz— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) November 27, 2019
Her skipper Azhar Ali, who made only 39 and 5 in the last test, could play a key role. His performances against the Pink Ball were impressive; He is the best run-getter with 456 runs, including brilliant 302 *, while Steve Smith is second on the list with 405 runs.
Last Test Match memories of Pakistan vs Australia
Australia is in the lead from day one. Pakistan had a steady start, but when Pat Cummins broke through the opening, the visitors lost their doors at an alarming speed. From 75/0 Pakistan was reduced to 94/5 in a very short time before Asad Shafiq took control of the proceedings for a while, but this resistance did not last long. He made a fight with 134 balls 76 and led his team to a total of 240 first innings.
👉 Ben Stokes jumps to No.9— ICC (@ICC) November 26, 2019
👉 Mayank Agarwal makes his top-10 debut
👉 Virat Kohli closes the gap with Steve Smith
The latest @MRFWorldwide ICC Test Rankings for batting: https://t.co/UQn9xI4e8K pic.twitter.com/axw8iq6Lnc
In response, Australian openers David Warner (154) and Joe Burns (97) made the Pakistani bowlers struggling. Together they stitched an opening level of 222 before Burns fell three runs before his century. The batsman No. 3, Marnus Labuschagne (185), then teamed with Warner and both played exceptionally well before Australia played for 580.
In their second bat game, Azam scored the first goal with 104 points, while kickoff players Shan Masood (42) and Rizwan (95) made useful contributions before a Hazlewood-led attack brought Pakistan 335 points on the fourth day.
Josh Hazlewood Said:
“The pink ball is probably swinging a bit longer, and if you have a new one at night, we know what can happen, and I’m looking forward to getting it back in hand for a long time.”
Azhar Ali said:
“The young attack has a lot of potentials, but you can not buy experience, it’s never easy in a country like Australia, they started a bit shaky, but they came back strong and I think they do create.” In order to do that from the beginning, they will be a completely different attack afterward. “
Weather Conditions For Australia vs Pakistan 2nd Test
The forecast does not look promising for the next three days, with a rain probability of more than 70 percent, with a slightly lower probability over the last two days. Due to bad weather conditions, the game is likely to be interrupted for a few hours.
Teams Squad For Pakistan vs Australia 2nd Test | Friday 29 November 2019
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