I watched Australia’s match as a spectator in ’98, now it is an honor to play against them: Fawad

Test batsman of Pakistan cricket team Fawad Alam says that when the Australian team came in 1998 he was watching the match as a spectator, now he will play against them which is a matter of honor.

Talking to media in Karachi, Fawad Alam said that the camp is going very well. He has also practiced keeping in view the situation of the match. We will make match strategy by watching.

Talking about the batting style, Fawad Alam said that no one asks me to change the batting style, if given a chance in ODIs, I would be ready. He said that Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan are world class. There are players and the arrival of Muhammad Yusuf will be of great benefit.

It may be recalled that a few days ago, the Australian Cricket Board had announced an 18-member Test squad for the tour of Pakistan. The team will be led by Pat Cummins.

The Australian team will play its first Test match in Rawalpindi from March 4 to 8, while all four whiteball matches will be played in Rawalpindi instead of Lahore.

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