Pakistan VS Zimbabwe 1st T20 Live Streaming Links And Preview

Pakistan will play the 1st T20 against Zimbabwe today 23 August 2013 at Harare. You can watch this match’s live streaming on ISCPak with best HD channels available.

Match starts:

11:30 AM GMT
4:30 PM PST

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Click Here To Watch Highlights Of 1st T20 On ISCPak

Team News:

Zimbabwe trimmed their practice squad to 15 on the eve of the series. There were no surprises in the squad.*

Zimbabwe (possible): 1 Vusi Sibanda, 2 Hamilton Masakadza, 3 Sikandar Raza, 4 Brendan Taylor (capt & wk), 5 Malcolm Waller, 6 Sean Williams, 7 Shingi Masakadza, 8 Prosper Utseya, 9 Natsai M’shangwe, 10 Brian Vitori, 11 Tinashe Panyangara

Pakistan are without Umar Akmal for the series, after he was withdrawn after suffering a seizure while flying in the West Indies. Sarfraz Ahmed was named the replacement wicketkeeper.

Pakistan (likely): 1 Nasir Jamshed, 2 Mohammad Hafeez (capt), 3 Ahmed Shehzad, 4 Umar Amin, 5 Haris Sohail, 6 Shahid Afridi, 7 Sarfraz Ahmed (wk), 8 Sohail Tanvir, 9 Zulfiqar Babar, 10 Saeed Ajmal, 11 Asad Ali

Stats and Facts:

  • In the last bilateral series between these sides in Zimbabwe, in 2011, Pakistan won both T20s
  • Shahid Afridi needs 84 more for 1000 T20 runs. Mohammad Hafeez is the only Pakistan batsman to pass that milestone. Umar Akmal is second with 929.

In The Spotlight:

Sikandar Raza is likely to play his first game against the country of his birth, but that alone shouldn’t be the only talking point about him. Raza’s 82 against India was the highest individual score by a Zimbabwe batsman in the series and though his form fell away in the remaining games, it marked him down as a player to watch. What Raza needs is consistent scores to keep his place in the XI.

Zulfiqar Babar had to wait till he was 34 to get his first opportunity for Pakistan. The left-arm spinner was picked in the T20 squad for the West Indies and had a dream debut, taking 3 for 23, but his job didn’t end there. Batting at No. 8, Babar had the honour of facing the final ball of the match with one needed to win. He finished the game with a swagger, hitting a six. He ended the two-match series with five wickets and the expectations off him would have increased.

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