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Pakistan team trains for crucial match at Narendra Modi Stadium

Pakistan team trains for crucial match at Narendra Modi Stadium

Pakistan team trains for crucial match at Narendra Modi Stadium

Pakistan team trains for crucial match at Narendra Modi Stadium

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  • Pakistan cricket team arrived in Ahmedabad for a high-stakes match against India.
  • Players are working hard in practice sessions.
  • Rizwan is practicing sweep and reverse sweep shots.
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According to Indian media, Mickey Arthur, the director of Pakistan’s men’s cricket team, gave the players advice on how to defeat the World Cup hosts in a high-stakes match on Saturday in Ahmedabad.

In preparation for their much-anticipated encounter, the Pakistani cricket squad arrived in Ahmedabad on Thursday night and is currently going through intense practice sessions.

Following his Player of the Match performance in their most recent match against Sri Lanka, supporters are expecting another outstanding showing from Muhammad Rizwan. During practice sessions, the wicketkeeper-batsman is also working extra hard to be ready for the forthcoming game.

In Hyderabad, Pakistan achieved the most successful run chase in the history of the event, defeating Sri Lanka by six wickets thanks to a century from Rizwan.

Indian media claims that Rizwan practiced the sweep and reverse sweep shot for an hour in the nets with a left-arm wrist spinner similar to Kuldeep Yadav of India.

The Indian media said that the 31-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman has been training mindful of his health. He had previously experienced health problems during the 2021 T20, which was prior to the team’s semi-final match against Australia.

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The Pakistani team is working extra hard for the crucial game that will take place at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on October 14. They practiced for three hours in the evening.

Cricket fans have flocked to hospitals close to the event’s venue in anticipation of Saturday’s play, demonstrating the level of excitement.

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Many of the western Indian city’s hospitals have experienced an unexpected surge in patients scheduled for examinations requiring a night’s stay in order to align with the World Cup group stage match between the bitter rivals.

A number of medical professionals informed the local press that the craze for check-up “packages” was a clever strategy to secure cheap lodging because hotel rates had increased by up to 20 times in advance of the game.

“We have come across some cases of people coming to watch the India-Pakistan match also taking an appointment for health check-ups and staying in hospitals,” Tushar Patel, President of the Ahmedabad Medical Association, the international media reported.

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