Asia Cup 2018: Pakistan versus Hong Kong, match preview: Champions Trophy champions have a great chance to shock Hong Kong, this will be a possible XI
Posted By: Mahadi Hassan | Posted On: Sep 16, 2018 | Posted In: Cricket, News, Sports
Pakistan and Hong Kong will contend in the Asia Cup on September sixteenth. While the Pak group is playing as a sublime frame, the Hong Kong group has come to here by winning the qualifier. Seeing the frame and the insights, Pakistan’s position is tremendous, yet the Hong Kong group can likewise contend energetically.
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In ODIs, the two groups have played two matches in each other. Curiously, the two matches were played in the Asia Cup as it were. In the Asia Cup 2004 match played in Colombo, the Pakistan group scored a simple triumph of 173 runs. Younis Khan played 144 keeps running in this match. This inning is the second greatest innings of this competition.
Asia Cup 2008 additionally had a Hong Kong group before Pakistan. In this match likewise, Pakistan won the simple triumph of 155 runs. In this match, Hong Kong did well to bowl yet their batsmen couldn’t remain before Pakistan’s solid knocking down some pins.
Everybody in this match will be on the Pakistani openers, Fakhar Zaman. As of late, he talked his bat in ODI arrangement against Zimbabwe. He is additionally the quickest batsman to score 1000 keeps running in ODIs. Aside from this, individuals will be seen on their opening pair of Imam ul Haq and quick bowler Hasan Ali.
In the Hong Kong group, his most essential player will be 20-year-old commander and opener Anshuman Rath. In ODIs, Anshuman has scored averaging 52 runs.
Where and when will coordinate: Pakistan and Hong Kong will be played on September 16 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. This match begins from 5 pm onwards in Indian time.
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Pakistan: Fakhar Jamn, Imam-ul-Haq, Babar Azam, Shoaib Malik, Sarfraz Ahmed (Captain), Haris Sohail, Shadab Khan, Faheem Ashraf, Hasan Ali, Junaid Khan, Mohammad Aamir
Hong Kong: Anshuman Rath (Captain), Aijaz Khan, Babar Hayat, Christopher Carter, Ehsaan Nawaz, Ardhad Mohammed, Kinthe Shah, Nadeem Ahmed, Nizakat Khan, Scott McKensey, Tanvir Ahmed
Pakistan Hong Kong image by CricWizz