Pakistan cricket team skipper, Babar Azam, communicated fulfillment with his commonality of players with Indian conditions in the World Cup 2023.
Addressing the media about prearations, Babar said that the Men in Green feel no tension while playing in conditions they are not acclimated with.
The all-format skipper commented that contributes India are like those in other Asian countries like Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and the UAE.
“The main difference is the smaller boundaries. The margin for mistakes for the bowlers is very insignificant, prompting high-scoring experiences,” Babar said.
The Green Shirts played two warm-up matches against New Zealand and Australia in anticipation of the marquee occasion and endured routs in both.
In the first warm-up facing the Kiwis, the national team experienced a five-wicket defeat as they neglected to defend a big total of 345 runs on a flat wicket.
In their second match, the Babar Azam-drove side failed to chase the target of 352 runs, facing a 14-run defeat at The Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium.
The Men in Green will start off their World Cup campaign against the Netherlands in the second encounter of the tournament on October 6.