Amir claimed figures of one for 25 for Pakistan in a seven-wicket win against Zimbabwe in the fourth match of the T20I Tri-Series in Harare on Wednesday.
Amir produced more than decent performance for the Men in Green in a comfortable triumph. During his first outing on the tour, the left-armer looked sharp and claimed a prized scalp of dangerous Tarisai Musakanda. While doing so, Amir also finished as the second-most economical bowler in the match with an economy-rate of 6.25.
Ashraf claimed figures of one for 24 for Pakistan in a seven-wicket win against Zimbabwe in the fourth match of the T20I Tri-Series in Harare on Wednesday.
Ashraf produced a brilliant performance for the visitors in a comfortable win. Even though the right-arm pacer only claimed a wicket, but finished the day as the most economical bowler with an economy-rate of just six. That was not it as Ashraf also bowled 10 dot balls, joint second-most in the match behind teammate Mohammad Amir (11).
Ahmed scored 38 not out off 21 balls with the help of six fours for Pakistan in a seven-wicket win against Zimbabwe in the fourth match of the T20I Tri-Series in Harare on Wednesday.
Ahmed played a real captain’s knock for the team in an important win. The wicketkeeper-batsman came out to bat with the team needing eight runs per over and finished the job in style with a fluent unbeaten 38. It was also Ahmed’s highest score in the tournament so far.
Talat scored 44 off 35 balls with the help of one six for Pakistan in a seven-wicket win against Zimbabwe in the fourth match of the T20I Tri-Series in Harare on Wednesday.
Talat produced a responsible knock for Pakistan in an important win. The left-handed batsman looked in control of his innings and made a valuable contribution of 44 in the team’s victory. The most impressive aspect of Talat’s knock was his ability to rotate the strike as he scored nearly 87% of his runs with the help of running between the wickets.
Mire scored 94 off 63 with the help of six fours and six sixes for Zimbabwe in a seven-wicket defeat against Pakistan in the fourth match of the T20I Tri-Series in Harare on Wednesday.
Mire produced outstanding innings for Zimbabwe in a losing cause. The right-handed batsman looked in supreme tough right from the word go and scored his first half-century in the T20I format. While doing so, Mire also became the player with the highest individual score of 94 for Zimbabwe in the 20-over format.
Richard Levi: Can the leading run-getter of the last season bring some sparks in this season also?
Seekkuge Prasanna: Lankan all-rounder has the capability to hit some big sixes and chip-in with wickets, will he be your choice?
Cameron Delport: An experienced T20 specialist, his all-around performance can give you some crucial points to top the leaderboard!
Mohammad Nabi: Afghan T20 star can bowl with the good economy! but his batting depends on his position, fingers crossed
Dan Christian: Captain come all-rounder will lead from the front to start the title defence for his team.
Ish Sodhi: Kiwi bowler has an impressive record in T20. The New Zealander has 107 wickets in 98 T20 matches
Sam Hain: Couple of good knocks in recently tri-series for England Lions. Can he carry his form in shorter version also?
Colin de Grandhomme: With him, there is guaranteed quick points with higher strike-rate and fewer wickets.
The players to watch out for in today’s Australia v Pakistan match:
Aaron Finch: The aggressive opener will fetch you lots of points in his short span of innings just like he did previous matches, so what are you waiting for!
Billy Stanlake: A very impressive performance on the tour will surely make him a default pick for many, hoping he continues his magic!!
Fakhar Zaman: This promising opener needs to calm his nerves to score big, once he is off there is no stopping him!! a risky but valuable choice!
Hasan Ali: Highest wicket-taker for Pakistan in the series! will he step up for his team again?
Here are the players to watch out for in today’s clash between India and Ireland.
Rohit Sharma: The hitman has finally found his form the other night and will look to dominate more.
Kuldeep Yadav: Yadav was impressive the other night. He grabbed four wickets that changed the course of the game.
Shannon: He made use of the chances give to him to score an impressive fifty.
Paul Stirling: One of the senior players of the team, he will look to step up and perform.
Suzie Bates: The White Ferns captain is on a roll this year and will try to score yet another ton in this tournament.
Amelia Kerr: The 17 years old will try to make use of the opportunities both with the bat and ball.
Lizelle Lee: Despite a few bad performances, Lee has had a great run in this tournament. She will look to score big today.
M Kapp: Kapp has the most dot balls in the South African campaign. It is not going to be easy for her as New Zealand will target every bowler.
Dele Alli: Alli, who suffered a muscle problem against Tunisia, trained on Wednesday but is unlikely to be risked.
Romelu Lukaku: Striker Romelu Lukaku is a major doubt with the ankle injury he picked up against Tunisia.
Harry Kane: He has scored five goals in the group stage of this tournament. The last player to score more in the opening round of a World Cup was Russia’s Oleg Salenko, with six in 1994.
Dries Mertens: He has an ankle issue while captain Eden Hazard has been nursing a calf problem.
Aymen Mathlouthi: Mouez Hassen suffered a shoulder injury against England in their first game and Farouk Ben Mustapha, who played against Belgium, injured his knee in training. That leaves Aymen Mathlouthi as the only available keeper in their squad.
Dylan Bronn: Tunisia will also be without central defender Dylan Bronn, who was carried off with a left knee injury after scoring in the 5-2 loss to Belgium on Saturday.
Felipe Baloy: In their last game against England, Panama’s Felipe Baloy scored his country’s first World Cup goal, at the age of 37 years and 120 days.
Wahbi Khazri: No player has been involved in more World Cup goals for Tunisia than Wahbi Khazri (two), who both scored and assisted in their 5-2 defeat against Belgium.
Here are the players to watch out for:
Carlos Sanchez: He is available for Colombia after serving a one-game suspension.
Abel Aguilar: He was forced off after half an hour against Poland because of an injury and will not be risked.
Moussa Wague: He, at 19, became the first African teenager to score a World Cup goal in the 2-2 draw with Japan.
James Rodriguez: He has six goals and four assists in seven World Cup appearances.
Here are the players to watch out for:
Keisuke Honda: He has been involved in seven of Japan’s last 10 World Cup goals (four goals and three assists).
Kosuke Nakamura: Veteran goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima has made costly errors in consecutive matches and may be replaced by 23-year-old Kosuke Nakamura.
Kamil Glik: Experienced defender Kamil Glik made his comeback from a shoulder injury as a substitute against Colombia and may return to the starting line-up.
Robert Lewandowski: The captain will be desperate to perform well today.