Pakistan wins the toss, picks to bat first in the second ODI


Pak versus WI

Multan: Pakistan on Friday won the throw and was picked to bat first in the second ODI of the three-match series played at the Multan Cricket Stadium (MCS).

The hosts are hoping to dominate the present game and secure the series.

After the throw, Pakistan captain Babar Azam said he was happy with the group’s presence in the last match, where they prevailed by five wickets in the last.

About the adjustment of the playing XI, he said Hassan Ali had been supplanted with Mohamad

Wasim Jr.

“We will hold on holding up with the achieving force. The two hitters and bowlers performed well in the initial match.”

The Babar Azam-drove group dominated the initial game on Wednesday by five wickets because of Khushdil Shah’s late firecrackers.

The guests, choosing to bat first in the wake of winning the throw, scored 305 runs which the green shirts effectively pursued in the last finish.

The Pakistani captain was in his brilliant touch scoring the seventeenth hundred years of his ODI profession and breaking a few different records.

He was proclaimed player of the match, yet he selected Khushdil as the player the counterpart for his power-hitting in the significant phase of the match and assumed a fundamental part in the triumph of the group.

The arena was jam-loaded with onlookers anxious to see Babar and his young men accomplish an exceptional work with the bat to dominate the initial match against the Nicholas-drove West Indies group.

The onlookers upheld the Pakistan group as well as the opposing group.

It is essential to note that hitter Mohammad Haris couldn’t play in the last match, raising worries over choice.

The specialists believed that he ought to have been allowed an opportunity if what remembered him for the playing XI gave him certainty.

Climate projection

As per the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD), the temperature in Multan is supposed to stay at 43 degrees today.

In the past match, umpire Aleem Dar needed to pass on the field after his well-being weakened because of the sweltering climate.

Umpires and match ref for second ODI:

Ahsan Raza and Asif Yaqoob (on-field umpires)

Aleem Dar (3rd umpire), Faisal Afridi (4th umpire)

Mohammad Javed (match ref)