#PakvsNZ: #BabarAzam Doesn’t Reveal The Opening Combination

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#BabarAzam while addressing a press conference ahead of the first #PakvsNZ T20 didn’t reveal the opening combination for the inaugural match. However, he did share his plan prior to the #T20WorldCup and so, here is a look at what the Pakistani captain had to say.

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#PakvsNZ: #BabarAzam Explains His #T20WorldCup Plan

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While explaining his plan for the #T20WorldCup Babar said, “We will ensure to get our preparations done with great vigour as we are having 12 matches prior to the World Cup. We try to learn from our past mistakes. We will try to come up with a different strategy for every match.”

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While answering a question with regard to the opening combination for the first T20 in Rawalpindi, Babar said, “Wait for tomorrow to see who is going to open for the team. The primary motive is to prepare the team for the World Cup.” 

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While acknowledging Shadab and Imad’s presence in the playing XI, Babar further said, “The batting department gets stronger with the presence of Usman Khan, Shadab Khan, and Imad Wasim in the team. We are now batting till number 8. Not only am I expecting others to perform, but also myself.”