Watch Babar Azam & Co regroup after loss to India, bond over team dinner

Watch Babar Azam & Co regroup after loss to India, bond over team dinner

Watch Babar Azam & Co regroup after loss to India, bond over team dinner
Pakistan Cricket team unwinded after the thrashing loss against India by having a team dinner in Bengalaru ahead of their clash against AUS

After the thrashing against India, the Pakistan team regrouped and bonded over a team dinner in Bengaluru. Babar Azam & Co were snapped in casuals enjoying their meal ahead of their clash against Australia on Friday. In the video uploaded by PCB, Babar Azam, Haris Rauf, Mohammad Wasim Jr, Shaheen Afridi, and Shadab Khan were spotted.

Along with team members, Pakistan coaching staff were also spotted having a great time. To note, Babar Azam & Co reached Bengaluru on Sunday. After two wins, they endured a thrashing of sorts at the hands of India. However, Pakistan would be aiming to bounce against Australia.

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After the team dinner, Pakistan will have a training session before they face five-time champions. Pat Cummins & Co are coming off a morale-boosting victory against Sri Lanka. The win was a major shot in the arm for Australia, who endured two heavy defeats against South Africa and India.

Pakistan Cricket team eye comeback against Australia, as the race of semis gathers steam

Although the semi-final of the World Cup will begin on November 12, teams will be keeping a close eye on the net run rate. Already big teams like South Africa, India, and New Zealand have made their intentions clear about winning by big margins. Teams do not want the net run rate to come into the equation while qualifying for the semi-final.

Currently, Pakistan and Australia have a negative net rate. Pakistan are placed fourth on the points table, while Australia are placed eighth on the points table. Both teams have played three games. With only six matches left for both sides, they will be eyeing big wins. For Australia, Travis Head will be fit for the clash against Pakistan.

The southpaw who suffered a fracture in his finger has recovered from the blow and will likely feature against Pakistan on Friday.

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