Pakistan’s probable playing XI against New Zealand in their crucial World Cup match


The cricket team from Pakistan, known as the “Green Shirts,” is riding high right now and wants to keep up their winning ways in order to increase their chances of making it to the ICC Cricket World Cup semi-finals. Following their decisive 7-wicket victory over Bangladesh in their previous encounter, Pakistan is anticipated to stick with the same lineup.

Pakistan’s recent triumph can be attributed in large part to the remarkable comeback of Fakhar Zaman. He came in for Imam-ul-Haq and had an instant effect, making 81 runs off 74 balls, including seven big sixes. The team’s top-order batting has been cemented by his aggressive batting style and relationship with Abdullah Shafique, who contributed 68 runs.

Given the excellent form of Fakhar Zaman and Abdullah Shafique, it’s unlikely that Pakistan will make any changes in this department. The playing XI is expected to include top players such as captain Babar Azam, wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan, Saud Shakeel, Iftikhar Ahmed, Salman Ali Agha, Usama Mir, M. Wasim Jr., Shaheen Afridi, and Haris Rauf.

Pakistan is a side to watch in the ICC Cricket World Cup as they want to build on their winning streak and improve their chances of reaching the semi-finals with this well-rounded and productive roster. In the next games, their supporters are looking forward to seeing the Green Shirts put on even more exciting performances.

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