Pakistan’s cricket team is preparing for its crucial World Cup match against Australia, but opener Fakhar Zaman has been ruled out due to a knee injury he sustained last week. Fakhar Zaman is currently undergoing treatment for the knee injury and is expected to be available for selection in the coming week.
In Fakhar Zaman’s absence, Abdullah Shafique replaced him in the second World Cup game against Sri Lanka, during which he scored a remarkable 113-run knock. Abdullah Shafique had suffered from a fever but is now recovering and expected to play in the upcoming match against Australia.
Salman Ali Agha also developed a fever after a previous training session, but he is recovering from it.
The upcoming World Cup match between Pakistan and Australia promises to be an exciting encounter at Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore, and the team will be looking to perform well in this crucial game.