In August, Pakistan’s cricket team is scheduled to engage in a thrilling three-match One-Day International series against Afghanistan in Sri Lanka.
The initial two clashes took place in Hambantota on February 22 and 24, followed by the final ODI in Colombo on February 26.
Soon after, the 50-over ACC Men’s Asia Cup will kick off on August 30 at the picturesque Multan Cricket Stadium, with Pakistan taking on Nepal in their first match. These crucial encounters will provide Babar Azam’s team with a valuable opportunity to fine-tune their combinations and strategies.
Preparations for the series and the Asia Cup will commence with the national men’s team assembling in Sri Lanka on August 17. Training sessions are scheduled for August 19, 20, and 21 to ensure the team is in top form and ready to face their opponents.
In previous encounters, Pakistan has displayed dominance over Afghanistan, emerging victorious in all four of their one-day international matches. The upcoming series and Asia Cup are eagerly awaited, promising exciting cricketing action and a chance for Babar Azam’s side to showcase their skills on the field.