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Match : Pakistan vs Canada, 22nd Match of ICC Mens T20 WC 2024

Venue : Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, New York

Date & Time : 11th Jun, Tuesday at 8:00 PM IST

H2H Record :

Total Matches - 01
PAK won - 01
CAN won - 00
NR - 00,
Tied - 00,

Pitch Report :

The Nassau County International Cricket is the drop-in pitches at this new venue have been brought from Adelaide Oval in Australia. Since New York and Adelaide have similar coastal weather conditions, the pitch at Nassau County Stadium is expected to behave like those in Adelaide. As other Australian Pitch this pitch will also be helpful for paces. Pacers can extract good turn and bounce, making them a potent force on this pitch. The pitch was not good in the last match between Sri Lanka and South Africa as per the captains. The pitch helped the seamers a lot plus the outfield was not up to the mark, ball got slow in the outfield which was stopping the runs.

The average score in the first innings here is expected to 170 runs.

Weather Report :

The temperature is expected to hover around 22°C on the Tuesday with 60% humidity and 10 km/hr wind speed. There are no chances of precipitation during the match.

Probable XI :

Pakistan :

Babar Azam (c), Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Saim Ayyub / Usman Khan, Fakhar Zaman, Iftikhar Ahmed, Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Shaheen Afridi, Naseem Shah, Mohammad Amir, Haris Rauf.

Canada :

Aaron Johnson, Navneet Dhaliwal, Pargat Singh, Nicholas Kirton, Shreyas Movva (wk), Dilpreet Bajwa, Saad Bin Zafar (c), Dillon Heyliger, Kaleem Sana, Junaid Siddiqui, Jeremy Gordon.

Preview :

In the 22nd clash of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2024, former champions Pakistan will be up against Canada. The match is scheduled to be played on Tuesday, June 11, at New York's make-shift Nassau County International Cricket Stadium. Pakistan opened their 2024 campaign against co-hosts and T20 World Cup debutants USA. Canada, on the flip side, have played two games thus far, and have had an unfortunate beginning to their campaign with back-to-back losses. Both sides will aim to turnaround their fortunes and make a comeback in the tournament.

Despite a surprising setback against the USA, Pakistan remains a formidable force in the cricketing world. After this, in their second match, Pakistan had to face defeat at the hands of India by 6 runs in a thrilling match. It was a very low scoring match. The fast bowlers dominated in this match. Led by the talented Babar Azam, Pakistan boasts a balanced squad comprising experienced campaigners and emerging talents. The team’s recent performances indicate a mix of highs and lows, but their determination to excel remains unwavering. Pakistan’s batting and bowling departments are well-equipped to tackle any challenge thrown their way.

On the other hand, Canada enters the match with a point to prove after a tough start to their campaign. Despite facing defeats in their previous encounters, Canada possesses the talent and resilience to turn the tide in their favor. Led by skipper Harsh Thaker, the team relies on a blend of experienced campaigners and promising youngsters to deliver the goods. With players like Saad Bin Zafar leading from the front, Canada will look to put their best foot forward and bounce back with a strong performance against Pakistan.

Team Guide

Makes various team combinations with the help of these information

*Pakistan*

Mohammad Rizwan :

Mohammad Rizwan is the quality wicketkeeper batter who's known for his constituency specially in this format. Rizwan holds a stunning record in T20 World Cups, scoring 495 runs in 16 matches at an average of 35.35 with the best score of 79*. We have seen little to no help for the new ball bowlers at New York and if he can get off to a good start then he’ll be in for a big score despite his hot and cold form. Rizwan has has 446 runs at an average of 44.60 and a strike rate of 125.98 in 14 T20I innings in 2024. He also has three fifties this year. Default c/vc pick.

Babar Azam :

Babar Azam is the most technically accomplished modern-day Pakistan batter. He is the all-time leading run-scorer for Pakistan in T20Is, scoring 4080 runs in 121 T20Is at an average of 40.8. He has been scoring runs consistently in the recent few matches. He was the team's second top-scorer in the first match against the USA. But his 44 runs came at a concerning strike rate. The Pakistan's skipper has 595 runs at an average of 37.18 and a strike rate of 138.37 in 16 T20I innings in 2024. He also has six fifties this year. Safest c/vc pick.

Fakhar Zaman :

Fakhar Zaman has been in excellent touch in recent times and will be a key player for Pakistan in the middle order. He has been scoring runs consistently at a high strike-rate and has been in good against the spinners. The left hander has 406 runs at an average of 31.23 and a strike rate of 157.97 in 13 T20I innings in 2024. He also has three fifties this year. Zaman’s last seven scores are 13, 11, 9, 45, 78, 20 & 43. Must have pick.

Iftikhar Ahmed :

Iftikhar Ahmed floats in the batting order from No.5 to No.7 and has done well lately in what he was asked for. With a range of shots at his disposal, he is considered a finisher for Pakistan. Punt pick.

Shaheen Afridi :

Shaheen Afridi is one the premier pacers in world cricket and a genuine wicket-taker. He has been in excellent form recently and can go through India’s top order in the powerplay itself. Shaheen has 28 wickets at an average of 16.42 and a strike rate of 12.25 in 16 T20I innings in 2024. He also has a four-wicket haul this year. Don’t take the risk of dropping him.

Haris Rauf :

Haris Rauf also picked up wickets in the recent series against England. Rauf has 16 wickets at an average of 18.18 and a strike rate of 11.12 in eight T20I innings in 2024. He will bowl in the middle and death overs and will be a top pick for this match.

Mohammad Amir :

Mohammad Amir is another good pick for this game. He hasn’t been in the best of form recently but is a proven performer, especially with the new ball in the powerplay. He has given the Canadian batters a tough time in the past and is expected to have an effective outing in bowling-friendly conditions. He has 8 wickets at an average of 33.87 and a strike rate of 24.25 in nine T20I innings in 2024. Must have pick.

*Canada*

Shreyas Movva :

Shreyas Movva’s two scores in the first two games are: 37 & 32 runs. He is a key batter for his team in the middle order and is in good form as well. Movva may fetch points from wicket-keeping as well. Punt pick.

Aaron Johnson :

Aaron Johnson is an attacking top-order batter who has a fantastic record in T20I cricket. He has amassed 750 runs at an average of 46.88, and he strikes at 164.11. He is a boundary-hitter (74 fours and 48 sixes). But, take caution against captaining him given he has three single-figure scores in his past five matches. Hit or miss type player.

Nicholas Kirton :

Nicholas Kirton is the West Indian born Canadian is a huge hitter of the ball and has been one of the best batters for Canada in recent times. The Canadian middle order batsman hit an impressive half-century (51 off 31) in the first game and after that he was best scorer for Canada in the game against Ireland with 49 runs in last game. Good pick.

Navneet Dhaliwal :

Navneet Dhaliwal is an experienced Canadian top order batter who has been one of the most consistent run-scorers in the T20 format and scored 937 runs at an average of 36.04 and a strike rate of 130.68. He has seven half-centuries to his name. Naveen Dhaliwal was the top scorer for his team in the first game against USA scored 61(44). Dhaliwal hit the ball over the top and rotated the strike well. The Canadian team will want a repeat of that performance from their opening batter. Punt pick.

Pargat Singh :

Pargat Singh is the promising batting allrounder who will bat at 3 and he will bowl a few overs as well. He was unfortunately run-out in the first game and will be an excellent differential pick for this game.

Saad Bin Zafar :

Saad Bin Zafar is the quality left-arm spinning all-rounder has scored 79 runs while striking at 159.1 and has gotten 6 wickets at an economy rate of 7.3 in T20Is this year. His overall T20I numbers read 273 runs at a strike rate of 133.82 and 44 wickets at an economy of 6.53. One of the best captaincy choice for grand league.

Dillon Heyliger :

Dillon Heyliger can contribute with both bat and ball. Bowling in different phases can increase his probability of taking wickets. He was picked up 2/19 & 2/18 in this tournament so far, Dillon Heyliger was economical with the ball for Canada while rest of the bowlers being pasted around the park in both games. Must have pick.

Kaleem Sana :

Kaleem Sana has an excellent record in T20Is. The 30-year-old Canadian left-arm fast bowler has returned with 28 wickets in 18 matches at an economy rate of 6.03. He took 16 wickets in six games in the Americas Region Final last year. Sana get the new ball to move a little and he can be very lethal on the New York pitch. Sana will be the key against Ireland’s top order. Punt pick.

Details Analysis

Cheat Sheet

Pakistan T20I

Wk :

Mohammed Rizwan -

Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, 1dwn, 1dwn, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open
31(44), 9(8), 23(16), 0(3), 56(38), 75(46)*, 1(4), 22(21), 45(34)*, 26(26), 15(21), 69(47), 20(17), 32(24), 58(44), 0(5), 51(42), 0(3),

Azam Khan -

4dwn, 4dwn, 4dwn, 2dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 4dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 5dwn, 4dwn, DNB, 3dwn,
0(1), 0(5), 11(10), 18(6)*, 30(10)*, 0(2), 30(22), 22(17), 18(6), 0(2), 9(8), 29(19), 29(14)*, DNB, 75(30),

Usman Khan -

1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, Open, Open, 2dwn,
13(15), 3(3), 38(21), 31(24), 16(11), 5(7), 7(6), 57(40), 36(28)*, 21(23), 100(50)*, 106(59)*, 96(55), 14(7), 21(11), 26(28),

Batter :

Babar Azam -

Open, Open, Open, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open
13(10), 44(43), 36(22), 32(26), 75(42), 0(4), 57(43), 69(44), 5(4), 37(29), 14(13), 25(22), 46(42), 51(46), 53(30), 64(40), 0(1), 111(63)*, 48(36), 31(26),

Fakhar Zaman -

2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, DNB, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open
13(8), 11(7), 9(9), 45(21), DNB, 78(40), 20(18), 43(33), 61(45), 54(35), 10(10), 23(16), 4(8), 6(9), 41(36), 6(9), 13(13),

Saim Ayub -

Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open
2(7), 14(11), 6(3), 45(29), 1(5), 20(15), 32(22), 4(2), 73(44), 1(4), 19(18), 30(12), 46(22), 1(5), 38(21), 88(55), 7(11),
DNB, 0/17(2), 0/7(1), DNB, 0/20(2), DNB, DNB, 2/34(3), 0/17(4), 1/18(4), 2/20(3), 2/15(2), 1/24(3), DNB, DNB, DNB,

Agha Salman - Off break

1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 2dwn,
10(11), 5(4), 31(21), 2(5), 33(30), 4(3), 37(25), 25(17)*, 14(8),
DNB, DNB, DNB, 0/14(1), DNB, 1/17(2), 1/25(4), 0/28(4), 0/28(4),

Irfan Khan -

3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 4dwn, 5dwn, 3dwn, 4dwn, 5dwn, 5dwn, 6dwn,
30(20)*, 18(18)*, 39(26)*, 35(16), 16(13), 4(6)*, 23(19), 15(10), 27(22)*, 12(10),

All Rounder :

Shadab Khan - Leg break

4dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 4dwn, 4dwn, 3dwn, 4dwn, DNB, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 3dwn, 1dwn,
4(7), 40(25), 0(1), 3(4), 0(1), 15(5)*, 7(8), 41(20), DNB, 4(8), 0(2), 23(13), 54(31), 34(26), 7(10), 80(51), 10(11)*, 6(8),
DNB, 0/27(3), 0/20(3), 0/55(4), 0/54(4), 1/15(2), DNB, 0/24(3), 2/15(3), 3/32(4), 1/35(4), 0/42(4), 0/52(4), 0/22(2), 1/23(3), 3/41(4), 0/18(3), 2/28(4),

Imad Wasim - Left Arm orthodox

3dwn, 6dwn, 4dwn, DNB, DNB, 5dwn, 5dwn 4dwn, 3dwn, 6dwn, 6dwn, DNB, 4dwn, DNB, 2dwn, 6dwn,
15(23), 22(13), 1(1)*, DNB, DNB, 4(3)*, 22(11)*, 19(17)*, 59(40)*, 4(3), 30(13)*, DNB, 4(2), DNB, 0(2), 1(3),
0/17(3), 2/19(4), 1/23(3), 0/21(3), 1/28(4), 1/5(1), 0/32(4), 5/23(4), 0/23(4), 3/12(4), 0/29(3), 1/18(4), 1/24(3), 0/7(1), 1/20(4), 0/17(1),

Iftikhar Ahmed - offbreak

5dwn, 5dwn, 5dwn, 5dwn, 3dwn, DNB, 5dwn, 3dwn, 4dwn, 5dwn, DNB, 6dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 4dwn, 2dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn, 4dwn,
5(9), 18(14), 21(18), 23(17), 5(4), DNB, 37(15)*, 6(7), 23(20), 2(4)*, DNB, 32(20)*, 22(8)*, 20(8)*, 12(12), 60(27)*, 4(4), 40(18)*, 0(1), 16(8),
0/7(1), 0/10(1), DNB, DNB, DNB, DNB, DNB, 0/11(1), 1/14(2), 0/16(2), 0/7(1), 2/19(3), 0/9(2), DNB, DNB, 0/12(1), DNB, 0/15(1), 0/17(1), 0/26(3),

Bowler :

Shaheen Afridi - Left Arm Fast

1/29(4), 0/33(4), 0/20(3), 3/36(4), 3/14(4), 3/49(4), 1/26(4), 4/30(4), 0/37(4), 3/13(4), 2/41(4), 1/37(4), 2/32(4), 2/39(4), 3/33(4), 1/34(4), 2/25(4), 1/38(4), 0/31(4),

Naseem Shah - Right Arm Fast

3/21(4), 1/26(4), 0/51(4), 1/36(4), 1/37(4), 1/44(3), 1/27(4), 0/25(4), 3/30(4), 2/33(4), 1/31(4), 1/30(4), 1/26(4), 1/29(4), 1/32(4), 2/34(4),

Mohammad Amir - Left Arm Fast

2/23(4), 1/25(4), 0/27(2), 0/34(4), 1/32(4), 1/44(4), 0/41(4), 1/32(4), 2/13(3), 2/20(4), 2/40(4), 1/30(4), 0/35(4), 1/23(2), 2/46(4), 0/30(4), 1/33(4), 1/29(4),

Haris Rauf - Right Arm Fast

3/21(3), 1/37(4), 3/38(4), 2/34(4), 1/22(4), 0/25(3), 1/47(4), 0/38(3), 0/29(4), 2/60(4), 3/38(4), 2/34(4), 3/24(3),

Abrar Ahmed - Leg break

0/31(4), 2/15(4), 1/32(4), 1/39(4), 2/31(4), 1/34(4), 1/24(4), 3/31(4), 3/18(4), 1/40(4), 2/29(4),

Hasan Ali - Right Arm Medium Fast

0/42(3), 1/26(3), 0/30(4), 0/31(4), 4/15(4), 1/34(4), 2/39(4), 1/42(4), 2/29(4), 3/30(4),

Abbas Afridi - Left Arm Medium Fast

2/43(4), 2/33(4), 2/36(4), 0/24(2), 3/20(3), 2/27(3), 0/9(1), 1/21(2), 2/14(3), 3/40(4), 0/33(4), 1/48(4), 1/34(4), 3/33(4), 2/16(3),

Canada T20I

Wk :

Shreyas Movva -

4dwn, 3dwn, 4dwn, Open, Open, DNB, 5dwn,
37(36), 32(16)*, 0(1), 17(14), 31(31), DNB, 9(9),

Batter :

Dilpreet Bajwa -

2dwn, 4dwn, 4dwn, Open, 5dwn, 7dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn,
7(9), 11(5), 33(24)*, 52(41), 4(8), 3(7), 14(15), 2(5),
DNB, DNB, DNB, DNB, 1/21(2), DNB, DNB,

Aaron Johnson -

Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open, Open,
14(13), 23(16), 33(23), 1(10), 74(40), 16(13), 1(5), 16(16), 52(36),

Nicholas Kirton -

3dwn, 2dwn, 3dwn, 2dwn, 2dwn, 4dwn, 3dwn, 3dwn,
49(35), 51(31), 15(11), 28(33), 21(9), 27(23), 26(10)*, 32(15),
DNB, DNB, DNB, 0/22(1), 1/14(2), DNB, DNB,

Navneet Dhaliwal -

Open, Open, 3dwn, 2dwn, Open, Open, Open, Open,
6(10), 61(44), 6(8), 0(2), 45(38), 29(25), 22(17), 11(10),

Pragat Singh -

1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn, 1dwn,
18(14), 5(7), 15(16), 0(1), 27(26), 19(24), 9(18), 82(60),

Ravinderpal Singh -

6dwn, 6dwn, 4dwn, DNB, 5dwn, 4dwn,
7(11)*, 0(5), 2(5), DNB, 6(7), 17(9),

Rayyan Pathan -

DNB, Open, Open, DNB, DNB, Open
DNB, 4(4), 10(13), DNB, DNB, 6(6),

All-rounders :

Saad Zafar - Left Arm Orthodox

6dwn, DNB, 5dwn, 5dwn, 5dwn, 6dwn, DNB, DNB,
1(1)*, DNB, 20(13)*, 29(18)*, 0(2), 29(16), DNB, DNB,
1/22(4), 0/42(4), 2/21(3), 1/21(3), 1/28(3), 1/23(4), 1/26(3), 2/18(4)

Dillon Heyliger - Right Arm Medium

5dwn, 5dwn, DNB, 6dwn, 7dwn, 7dwn, 4dwn, 4dwn,
0(2), 1(1)*, DNB, 12(5)*, 11(4), 6(4), 10(7)*, 19(6)*,
2/18(4), 1/19(3), 0/29(4), 2/22(4), 0/44(3), 2/29(4), 0/12(1), 0/7(2),

Bowlers :

Kaleem Sana - Left Arm Medium Fast

0/38(4), 1/34(4), 3/4(4), 4/18(4), 2/18(4), 2/6(3), 4/23(4), 0/20(4),

Jeremy Gordon - Right Arm Medium Fast

2/16(4), 0/44(3), 2/25(4), 3/6(2), 2/5(3), 0/20(2), 1/50(4), 0/20(2),

Rishiv Ragav Joshi - Left Arm Medium Fast

1/36(4), 0/35(3), 1/44(4), 0/27(3), 1/16(2), 1/21(3)

Junaid Siddiqui - Leg break

1/27(4), 0/8(3), 0/17(2), 1/13(4), 1/16(4), 0/11(2), 1/0(1),

Nikhil Dutta - Off break

1/41(3), 0/2(42), 0/18(4), 2/16(3), 3/0(2), 1/5(2), 4/12(4),

Cheat Sheet

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