Pakistan’s journey in Australia has been forgettable as the boys in green are yet to win a single international game. Getting downed in in the first of the two-game Test series, Pakistan is eager to turn the tables in the next match. For this reason, the tourists are expected to make few changes in the playing XI.
One of the likely inclusions list the name of opening batsman Imam-ul-Haq who is considered as one of the strongest technicians of the country. Seeing the batting unit failing in the opening game, it becomes only natural to give chances to the ones who warmed the bench.
While the track in Adelaide is considered to have a bit more sub-continental nature, the day-night action could take that element away. Nevertheless, the reliable batsman added that his unit has been practicing with the pink ball.
Imam, having an average of 28.41 in 10 Tests, doesn’t sit satisfied with his performance and hoped to do well in the second Test, if given an opportunity. The Adelaide Test will commence from November 29 to give Pakistan a chance to make history down under.