The Pakistan cricket team has embarked on its journey from Lahore to Australia, with a stopover in Dubai before reaching their final destination in Sydney. This travel plan is part of their preparations for the upcoming cricket events.
Their schedule includes a significant match against the Prime Minister’s XI, a four-day game set to take place on December 6. This match serves as a crucial warm-up before the commencement of the Test series in Australia.
The Test series consists of three matches, with the first scheduled to kick off on December 14 in Perth. The second Test is set to start in Melbourne on December 26, followed by the third Test in Sydney beginning on January 3.
Notably, Shaan Masood, an experienced player with 30 Test matches under his belt, has been entrusted with the responsibility of leading the team. This marks a notable moment as he takes on the captaincy role for the first time in his career.
The team’s journey and the upcoming matches are anticipated with excitement, and fans are eager to see how they perform under the leadership of Shaan Masood in the series ahead.