After the conclusion of the three-game T20I series, Pakistan is lined up to face Australia in a series including two Test matches. These red-ball games would embark Pakistan’s journey in the highly celebrated ICC World Test Championship.
Needless to say, Pakistan would be relying highly on the prowess of the top-order batsman Babar Azam who served as the skipper of the 20-over team and scored two half-centuries in three games. While Babar possess a sparkling record in the white-ball cricket, same cannot be said about his numbers in the Tests.
Particularly, the Lahore born recorded a poor show when he last time toured Australia scoring only 68 runs across 3 Tests, averaging only 11.33. However, this version of Babar is an extremely improved cricketer who sits confident and excited to spread his magic in the Test cricket.
The 25-year old truly realizes the challenge of playing Australia down under, but he promised to give his best shot to help the boys in green record history in Australia. It would be interesting to see how he fares in the Test series commencing from November 21 in Brisbane.