Ollie Pope, Zak Crawley’s Brilliant Batting in UAE Rings Alarm Bells for Pakistan
Ollie Pope Zak Crawley’s Brilliant Batting in UAE Rings Alarm. Three-match test series between Pakistan and England will commence on the 1st. of December at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium. The first time for the last 17 decades, England will play red-ball cricket in Pakistan.This historic series is vital for the home team since it will decide their fate at the Test Championship. The teams are announced, and there are several new players who will be joining the national team.
This series is an important testing for Pakistan’s cricket department which played a significant contribution to limited-overs cricket in the past. Pitches will also play an crucial impact on the outcome of the match.England enjoyed a great summer and won both their home Tests against two powerful teams of New Zealand and South Africa in addition to winning the sole Test against India.
The Ben Stokes-led team has been in United Arab Emirates for a training camp in preparation for the historic match, in which the three-day training match with England as well as England Loins started yesterday.The opening day of the match’s practice saw exceptional cricket from the batter who started, Zak Crawley, who scored 96 runs on 89 balls. Then there was Ollie Pope who scored 146 run from 120 balls.
The ferocious batsmanship that is being played by Zak Crawley, and Ollie Pope, who have strike rates of over 100, is an excellent indicator for the hosts, because it puts an enormous amount strain on their bowlers. Be aware that the Pakistan bowling squad is likely to be weakened by due to the loss of Shaheen afridi, Mohammad Abbas, Hasan Ali and Yasir Shah.Zak Crawley as well as Ollie Pope have consistently performed for the team and have scored 609 runs over 12 matches and 475 in eight games in 2022, respectively.
Pakistan might include three pacers as well as two spinners for the three matches Two players making their debuts however it will be fascinating as to find out how the team cope with the such players as Joe Root, Ben Stokes, Zak Crawley, and Ollie Pope.