2019 Pakistan Cricket World Cup Team Matches | Squad | Fixtures - Results

Pakistan Cricket Team

2019 Pakistan Cricket World Cup Team Matches | Squad | Fixtures - Results

Get 2019 Pakistan Cricket World Cup Team Matches | Squad | Fixtures - Results

 

Pakistan Cricket Team

The Pakistan Team or Green Shirts are the most unpredictable team in all cricketing nations around the world winning 1992 Cricket World Cup. They are renowned as one of the best fast-bowling side which usually won matches because of their bowling. Pakistan has won 479 ODI in their 909 matches till date. They are never the favorite team for World Cups but they do wonders and can amaze everyone like in the recent events. Pakistan will start their journey in warm-up matches versus Afghanistan and official match against Windies on 31 May 2019.

In the below-given table, you can check all the Pakistan Cricket Team scores, Winning or losing matches at one place. Pakistan started their ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 against their arch-rival team India. Pakistan reached in quarter-finals of 2015 CWC, but they lost against the World Cup champion team Australia.

2015 ICC Cricket World Cup Pakistan Results

Versus

Win/Lost

Group Stage

India 300/7 (50/50 ov)

Pakistan 224 (47/50 ov)

India won by 76 runs

West Indies 310/6 (50/50 ov)

Pakistan 160 (39/50 ov)

West Indies won by 150 runs

Pakistan 235/7 (50/50 ov)

Zimbabwe 215 (49.4/50 ov)

Pakistan won by 20 runs

Pakistan 339/6 (50/50 ov)

United Arab Emirates 210/8 (50/50 ov)

Pakistan won by 129 runs

Pakistan 222 (46.4/47 ov)

South Africa 202 (33.3/47 ov, target: 232)

Pakistan won by 29 runs (D/L method)

Ireland 237 (50/50 ov)

Pakistan 241/3 (46.1/50 ov)

Pakistan won by 7 wickets (with 23 balls remaining)

Quarter Final

Pakistan 213 (49.5/50 ov)

Australia 216/4 (33.5/50 ov)

Australia won by 6 wickets (with 97 balls remaining)

 

The team which will play in the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup is given below with Captain and reserved players. Few last World Cup players will also be in the team as experienced campaigners. Sarfaraz Ahmad will lead the Pakistan team in World Cup, the successor of Misbah-ul-Haq who leads in 2015 World Cup.

Pakistan World Cup Squad 2019
 

 

Sarfaraz Ahmed (capt, wk): The wicket-keeper is the Captain of Pakistan Cricket Team side. Sarfaraz is the busy batsman on the crease and behind the stumps as well with his great Keeping skills. He is a fast runner between the wickets and he is the versatile player who can play all around the Cricket ground. Sarfaraz Ahmed will lead the Pakistan Cricket Team in World Cup 2019 like he did in ICC Champions Trophy 2017 in England and won the Trophy. He has played 101 ODI matches, in 76 innings he scores nearly 2000 runs with an average of 33. Also took 98 catches and had 23 stumpings with his name.

Babar Azam: The Right-hand batsman from Lahore is the best-limited overs players that Pakistan has got in the present time. Babar Azam makes his ODI debut in May 2015 at Lahore Stadium. He made a great impact in the opening series of his career which made him the piece of the eye for everyone. Azam so far is leading the list of highest T20 average in minimum 20 innings with 53.72. He had played 59 ODI and scored 2462 runs with the help of 8 centuries and 10 half-centuries, averaging 51.29. Babar is considered in Top 4 batsman of the current era which includes Virat Kohli, Kane Williamson, and Joe Root.

Imam-ul-Haq: The Left-hand top-order batsman also opens the innings for his team. Imam made his ODI debut in October 2017 and has played 24 ODI matches. In 24 ODI innings, he scores 1153 runs with an average of 54.90 (nearly 55). In total, he scored 5 each (centuries and half-centuries). In his short career, he becomes the only player in the history of ODI who scores 4 centuries in 9 innings.

Fakhar Zaman: The Left-hand opening batsman of Pakistan team, Fakhar made his ODI in June 2017 after a great performance in the domestic league. He had played 31 ODIs and scores 1442 runs with average over 53, gets help from 3 centuries and 9 half-centuries. He has a double century in his ODI career.

Abid Ali: The recently added player in Pakistan Team, Abid made his international debut in ODI against Australia in March 2019. He played 2 matches and scored 1 century in it. He plays as an opening batsman or in the Top-order position.

Mohammad Hafeez: The Right-hand batting all-rounder is Muhammad Hafeez who made his ODI debut in 2003. Hafeez also bowls off-break spin which is the lethal-arm option for his team. He couldn’t make the greatest impact in starting of his career because of many players like him in the side. But since 2011 World Cup Hafeez becomes an integral part for his team, played 208 matches in total. In 206 ODI innings, he scored 6302 runs with an average of 33, have 11 centuries and 36 fifties. His bowling makes him a great option to the team, taking 137 wickets in 168 bowling innings.

Shoaib Malik: The Right-arm off-break middle-order batsman who plays as batting all-rounder in the team. Shoaib made his ODI debut in the past century in October 1999 against West Indies. He is an experienced player and had played almost everywhere in the world. In 253 innings of 282 ODI matches, he scored 7481 runs with an average of 35. Malik also took 156 wickets in 212 ODI bowling innings.

Haris Sohail: Left-hand middle-order batsman who also bowls slow left-arm orthodox spin. Haris is the crease-securing option, once he sets it becomes hard to make him out. He has played 31 ODI matches and scored 1251 runs in 30 innings with an average of 48. He has 2 centuries and 10 half-centuries, also took 11 wickets in 19 bowling innings.

Imad Wasim: Left-hand batting all-rounder who bowls slow left-arm orthodox spin as well. Syed Imad Wasim made his ODI debut in May 2015 and since then he had scored 711 runs in 29 innings of 41 ODI matches. Imad has a batting average of over 47 in ODI and strike rate over 100. He also has 33 wickets in 41 innings.

Faheem Ashraf: The Bowling all-rounder who bats with left and bowls with his right hand. He is Faheem Ashraf of Pakistan team who has played 20 ODIs since his debut in June 2017.

Shadab Khan: Right-hand batting all-rounder who bowls leg-break spin bowling. The 20 years old young-lad Shadab is a new sensation to Pakistan Cricket Team. Shadab made his ODI debut in April 2017; since he has taken 47 wickets in 34 matches he played and scores 294 runs in 16 innings with an average of nearly 30.

Hasan Ali: The Right-arm medium-fast bowler, Hasan Ali is famous for his celebration style after taking wickets. He made his ODI debut in August 2016, since he played 44 matches and took 77 wickets. Also, he can bat with a strike rate of over 100, he has 2 half centuries.

Junaid Khan: The Left-arm fast bowler Junaid Khan made his ODI debut in April 2011 and played 74 ODI matches and took 108 wickets.

Shaheen Afridi: The Left-arm fast bowler is only 19 years old and makes his debut for Pakistan team in September 2018. He has played 10 ODI and took 19 wickets.

Mohammad Hasnain: Another 19 years old fast bowler made his ODI debut in 18 years of age. He can click over 150kph which includes him in the World Cup 2019 squad to the team. Hasnain is from Hyderabad Pakistan from where not many players come to cricket.

Muhammad Amir: The Fast bowler is in the reserve player list for World Cup Squad.

Asif Ali: The hard-hitting batsman is also in the reserve list for the 2019 World Cup.

The two players at the bottom are the reserved players that can be added to the National side after their performance against England series before the World Cup.

Pakistan Schedule for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is mentioned below in the table. They will first play against West Indies at Nottingham on 31 May. The arch-rivalry of India VS Pak will be played on 16th June 2019 at Manchester.

Pakistan Cricket Team 2019 Fixtures

Date

Time (UK)

Versus

Venue

31 May 2019

10:30

Pakistan VS West Indies

Trent Bridge, Nottingham

3 June 2019

10:30

England VS Pakistan

Trent Bridge, Nottingham

7 June 2019

10:30

Pakistan VS Sri Lanka

County Ground, Bristol

12 June 2019

10:30

Australia VS Pakistan

County Ground, Taunton

16 June 2019

10:30

India VS Pakistan

Old Trafford, Manchester

23 June 2019

10:30

Pakistan VS South Africa

Lord's, London

26 June 2019

10:30

New Zealand VS Pakistan

Edgbaston, Birmingham

29 June 2019

10:30

Afghanistan VS Pakistan

Headingley, Leeds

5 July 2019

10:30

Bangladesh VS Pakistan

Lord's, London


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