Former world champion Pakistan team is in serious danger and it is likely that Pakistan can’t qualify directly for the International Cricket Council’s World Cup of 2019. Pakistan is ranked at 8th position with the collection of total 89 points.
International Cricket Council (ICC) is throwing the World Cup 2019 scheduled to broadcast live from the grounds of United Kingdoms. Pakistan is facing the serious danger to qualify directly in the World Cup of next year as the team fails to deliver the stunning performance in matches that may affect Pakistan’s qualification for World Cup.
Green Shirts that are lying on 8th position in ranking by grabbing 89 points is behind the Bangladesh tigers and ahead of West Indies by two. As Pakistan is not doing good on the pitches of Australia and have a threat of clean sweep but the former champion have to wake up and win at least a single match of the series to save their pre-series ranking points.
Only a match of test series against the number-one ranked Australian squad can earn crucial points to maintain their history. However, it’s not easy to take down a number-one team Australia on their home land. Matches will be broadcasted live from Australia, the fifth and final One Day international match of the series scheduled to happen in Brisbane on Friday.
Pakistan to score two victories to join Bangladesh on 91 points and then Eagles will a fraction behind their Asian rival and if Pakistan win three consecutive matches of the series, this will remove the threat of failing to qualify instead it will enhance the chances for directly qualify in the World Cup 2019 as it become possible in the history of Pakistan in Australia in 1992.
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