Australia Test Series can be won by Pakistan: Shadab Khan

Australia Test Series can be won by Pakistan: Shadab Khan. Pakistani all-rounder Shadab Khan believes that the Green Shirts may defeat Australia in the series if the bowlers perform well in the upcoming Test matches.

Australia will play Pakistan in the second Test at Melbourne starting tomorrow, with Pakistan down 1-0 in the three-Test series.

“We haven’t won a game in Australia since 1995, but even though I was in the team’s camp, we had a positive attitude. At the PSL 9 signing ceremony between Islamabad United and Tim Hortons, Shadab informed reporters, “This team has not toured Australia for the purpose of winning a match, but for winning the series.”

Pakistan had lost the three-match series 2-1 in 1995–96. Pakistan has since made four tours of Australia, however they have lost all three series 3-0.

“We can win the series if our bowling clicks and they get 20 wickets,” Shadab remarked. “The conditions in Melbourne and Sydney suit us.”

A number of Pakistani players have been declared injured or medically unable to play in the Test series, adding to the country’s injury problems.

Abrar Ahmad, a spinner, is also having fitness problems, and Shadab mentioned that workload may be the cause of the injuries.

“Workload-related injuries can occur, however these injuries occurring in the Pakistani camp are not related to workload because Noman Ali had surgery. Abrar has also been playing regularly for a while, so kinks could occur. And they turn to injuries if you don’t get better,” Shadab added.

Shadab responded to a question on the makeup of his Islamabad United team for the PSL 9 by saying that every attempt has been made to put together a better lineup.

“We have tried our best to come together as a stronger team, but let’s wait and see how things work out. No matter how good you are on paper, the team that shows up to play on a particular day wins, according to Shadab. 

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