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Pakistan make two huge modifications for third Check towards Australia

Pakistan make two massive changes for third Test against Australia
Pakistan have made two modifications for the third and remaining Check of the collection towards Australia, which begins tomorrow on the Sydney Cricket Floor.

Saim Ayub will make his debut, changing opener Imam-ul-Haq within the lineup.

In keeping with media stories, the crew administration is sad with Imam’s sluggish batting in the course of the collection thus far. The left-hander has scored 94 runs in 4 innings at a strike-rate of 31.22.

The administration has given clear directions to the crew about taking part in optimistic cricket, the sources added.

In the meantime, spinner Sajid Khan has been included rather than pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi, who has been rested, with a view to enhance the spin-bowling division for the reason that pitch is more likely to help the slower bowlers.

Shaheen has bowled 99.2 overs in the course of the collection, which is essentially the most for each groups.

Australia beat Pakistan within the second Check by 79 runs in Melbourne to clinch the three-match Check collection.

Chasing a goal of 317 runs, Pakistan had been dismissed for 237 of their second innings on Friday.

A fired-up Pat Cummins bagged 5 wickets and 10 for the match to steer from the entrance and earn Australia a nail-biting win. The fitting-armer additionally bagged the Participant of the Match award.

The hosts thumped the guests by 360 runs in Perth in the course of the first Check.

Pakistan have carried out poorly in Australia, dropping 16 Exams on the trot with their final win in 1995.

Australia: David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Travis Head, Mitchell Marsh, Alex Carey, Pat Cummins (capt), Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Josh Hazlewood.

Pakistan: Saim Ayub, Abdullah Shafique, Shan Masood (capt), Babar Azam, Saud Shakeel, Mohammad Rizwan, Agha Salman, Hasan Ali, Sajid Khan, Mir Hamza, Aamer Jamal.