Aussies watching PSL matches to understand Pakistan’s game: Andrew

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The Australian cricket team is watching matches of the seventh edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) ahead of their tour to Pakistan next month in order to understand the game of the Men in Green, Aussies interim coach Andrew McDonald revealed Wednesday.

Addressing a press conference, McDonald said that the Aussies have completed all their prepara-tions before leaving for Pakistan.

“Our squad is balanced,” he said, adding that keeping in view the conditions of the pitches we have options. The interim coach reiterated that it is a well-known fact the Australian team faces difficulties while playing in the sub-continent. “We have worked on foundational strategy, keeping Pakistan’s training pitches and grass pitches in mind,” he said.

Shedding light on the performance of the play-ers, he told the media that bowling pressure on all-rounder +Cameron Green would increase in Paki-stan.—Agencies

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