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Australian Captain Praises Pakistan’s Hospitality and Security during Historic Tour

The build-up to the Pakistan-Australia series, which began with three Tests and continued with three ODIs and a one-off T20I, was flawless.

The Baggy Greens expected impenetrable security when they arrived in Pakistan, and they were not disappointed.

They expected a hearty greeting, and they got it, as the Rawalpindi fans wore their minds and hearts on their sleeves during the first Test.

When it came to the true reason Australia was in Pakistan, which was to play cricket, the dead pitch prepared for the first Test disappointed them the most.

Taking use of home advantage is a skill that the major cricketing nations have mastered. With bounce, swing, and seam, Australia, England, and South Africa thrash the visitors, while Asian nations construct spinning tracks to confuse their opponents. It’s a custom that, to be honest, adds to the appeal of playing both at home and away.

Pakistan, on the other hand, may have forgotten how to exploit home advantage to their benefit after failing to host any matches for less than a decade following the 2009 attack on the Sri Lanka team bus.

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