Shoaib Malik advices Babar Azam to bat at number three ahead of T20 World Cup 2024 – Shoaib Malik's big advice to Babar Azam before the World Cup, the situation of Pakistan team will change, Cricket News - The IPL 2023

Shoaib Malik advices Babar Azam to bat at number three ahead of T20 World Cup 2024 – Shoaib Malik's big advice to Babar Azam before the World Cup, the situation of Pakistan team will change, Cricket News

Shoaib Malik advices Babar Azam to bat at number three ahead of T20 World Cup 2024 – Shoaib Malik's big advice to Babar Azam before the World Cup, the situation of Pakistan team will change, Cricket News


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Just before the start of the T20 World Cup, the preparation of the Pakistan cricket team has been exposed. During the T20 series against England, the performance of Pakistan's batsmen and bowlers has been disappointing. The Pakistan team lost two matches against England. After losing the fourth match of the series, former cricketer Shoaib Malik has suggested to the team captain that he should bat at number three. The England cricket team defeated Pakistan by 7 wickets on Thursday.

Pakistan captain Babar Azam played an innings of 36 runs in 22 balls. During this, his strike rate was 163.64. He hit five fours and a six. Shoaib Malik said on his X account that this was a difficult series. According to Shoaib, Pakistan's batting order needs a batsman who can rotate the strike in the middle overs. He also told Azam Khan and Shadab Khan not to lose confidence as they play an important role in the Pakistan team.

Shoaib Malik said on X, “Tough series! Remember we have been through tough situations before and have made a strong comeback. According to me Babar Azam should bat at number three. We need someone who can rotate the strike in the middle overs. You are our best option, with your guidance our middle order will perform much better. Azam and Shadab you both are important for our team, don't lose confidence, play with your heart, you are match winners. Before going to the World Cup, keep your morale high, we can do this.”


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