Pakistan cricket team arrived in Melbourne on Thursday where they will face England in the final match of ICC Men’s T20 World Cup on November 13.
Pakistani cricket team are now just one win away from lifting the megaevent’s trophy for the second time after 13 years.
In captaincy of Babar Azam Pakistani cricket team is looking to repeat the 2009 glory when Pakistan lifted their first and only T20 World Cup. On Sunday, the Green Shirts will be locking horns with the winner of today’s second semi-final between England and India.
In the meantime, the national squad will undergo practice sessions before the eventful day. The team will engage in their first net session at the MCG tomorrow at 11 A.M (local time).
Pakistan, who barely made it to the final four, sealed a sensational win in the first semi-final against New Zealand by seven wickets on Wednesday and reached the final for the third time in T20 World Cups.