Pakistan women’s cricket has landed on Australian soil and is ready to start its campaign against the number one side of Australia. There is a huge difference between the among both opponents. Right now, the Australian cricket team is enjoying the top of the list in the T20 and ODI formats. On the other hand, Pakistan’s Team has secured 9th in ODI and 7th in the T20 format.
In this bilateral series, there will be three matches of both the ODI and T20 formats. The schedule has been announced. The 1st and 2nd ODI will be played at the same venue, Allan Border Field, Brisbane, on the 16th and 18th of January. While North Sydney Oval, Sydney, will host the third match on Saturday, 21 January.
All three T20 matches will be played on different grounds. Spectators can enjoy the North Sydney Oval, Sydney match on 24 January. On 26 January, the clash of cricket will be at Blundstone Arena, Bellerive. The final will be on Sunday, 29 January, at Manuka Oval, Canberra’s soil.
Although there is a big difference on both sides, the zeal of Pakistani players can make any upset, for which Pakistan is famous. The team will start training today.