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Australia won the first test against Pakistan by an inning and 5 runs, a result that was pretty much in line with expectations. We were hoping for some more fireworks from the Pakistani pace attack but that did not happen. A brilliant century from Babar Azam in the second inning raises hopes of a better Pakistani performance in the second test match where the conditions should also be friendlier to the visitors.
Will the pink ball and the help offered by it help even the scales or is it just going to make things more difficult for the Pakistani batsmen? Australia was not really tested in the previous match and has a lot of players itching for their opportunity. Steve Smith has said publicly that he wants another go at Yasir Shah to set the record straight and that is a dangerous sign for Pakistan for sure.
Australia vs Pakistan 2nd test 2019 is going to be played at the Adelaide Oval, Adelaide from the 29th of November 2019.
Australia continued its complete dominance over Pakistan while playing in Australia and will not be satisfied with anything less than a 2-0 scoreline. We thought that the selectors picked their best bowling lineup by including Starc, Hazelwood, Cummins, and Lyon in the playing eleven for the first test and a change seems unlikely.
Looking ahead to the pink ball test at Adelaide, Josh Hazelwood is the biggest threat to the Pakistani batting in this test. The ball always seems to do a bit under the lights and will play right into Hazelwood’s hands.
Pat Cummins is the top-ranked test bowler in the world and Mitchell Starc was close to his best as well.
This fast-bowling unit is deadly no matter what the conditions but put them in conditions where there is some help and they become near unstoppable. Nathan Lyon has an excellent record at the Adelaide Oval and he is going to be a real threat as the game progresses.
The batting was dominant for Australia as David Warner, Joe Burns, and Marnus Labuschagne made the most of their chances. We believe the expected return of Mohammad Abbas to the Pakistani side could ask some difficult questions of the top-order but the Aussies don’t have much to fear.
Steve Smith has stated his intention of scoring runs and setting the record straight against Yasir Shah, which will add a little more spice to the contest. If the Australians can avoid losing early wickets then we really don’t see them needing to bat twice in this contest.
David Warner, Joe Burns , Marnus Labuschagne, Steven Smith, TM Head, Matthew Wade, Tim Paine, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Michael Lyon, JR Hazlewood.
Not picking Mohammad Abbas for the first test-match was just staggering to us and something that belies all cricketing logic. Exaggerated notions and romantic fantasies of a teenaged Pakistani fast bowling unit running through the Australians is just that, fiction. The lack of experience was immediately visible as Pakistan struggled to make a dent on the first morning.
We think there are bound to be some changes for this match. It seems almost certain than Imran Khan is going to miss out and Mohammad Abbas will be back for this match. We personally would like to see Naseem Shah rested because he did not look ready for test cricket yet. He has pace but the art of bowling still needs to be learned.
Mohammad Musa, another teenager could also be in the fray in place of Naseem Shah.
Whichever way the Pakistani team decides to go, the end result is going to be a Pakistani bowling attack which is short on experience and is mediocre at best. Yashir Shah played an important role in the previous match and is going to have the spotlight on him after calling out Steve Smith in the previous match.
Babar Azam showed us why he could be one of the greats of modern-day batting. His second-inning century was brilliant and we will hopefully see more of that. Imam Ul-Haq is being touted to return to the side in place of Haris Sohail and thus Azhar Ali can slide back to number three.
We would like to see Babar Azam bat at number four but it looks like Asad Shafiq has that role assigned to him right now. The form of Mohammad Rizwan and his ability to counter-attack was the biggest positive for Pakistan from the previous test match.
The Pakistani batting gave a good account of itself in the second inning but failed to make the Australian bat twice. We think there is some hope for e batter show in this match since Adelaide tends to be a place where the ball does not bounce as much as at the Gabba.
Yasir Shah will have a huge role to play as the spinners tend to dominate from day 3 onward.
Shan Masood, Imam-ul-Haq, Azhar Ali, Asad Shafiq, Babar Azam, Iftikhar Ahmed, Mohammad Rizwan, Yasir Shah, Shaheen Afridi, Muhammad Musa, Mohammad Abbas.
The team that wins the toss is going to want to bat first as the pitch starts to crack up and take a lot of spin in the fourth inning.
Read our guide on toss predictions to learn how we analyze and come up with our tips.
There is some rain predicted on the first, third and fourth day of the Adelaide Test. This is not very good news for cricket lovers but we are hopeful that the interruptions are not going to be long and not too much cricket will be lost.
Adelaide offers up pitches that allow for a very good contest between the batsmen and bowlers. The pace of the wicket is easy for the batsmen but the fast bowlers always have a little something to work with and the spinners really take over once the pitch starts to wear.
Teams usually tend to avoid batting last on this wicket.
Dream11 Tips and Dream11 Prediction for Australia vs Pakistan has been made taking the likely changes to the Pakistani side into account. There could be some surprises on the day of the test, though, and so make sure you check the final playing eleven. We have tried to include the entire Australian top-order and the three best Pakistani batsmen in the side. We have also taken a risk by not playing Mitchell Starc and are instead taking a punt on Imran Khan, who is certain be very low-owned in this match. Imran Khan was excellent with the pink ball in the warm-up and could get a chance ahead of the teenager.
Everything is pointing in the direction of the home side but we have some words of caution to offer. Pakistan’s bowling attack will be more dangerous in helpful conditions and that will reduce the differences between the two sides.
We still think Australia will win but this is not going to be one-sided as it was at the Gabba.
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