The Pakistan squad for the Asia Cup is already announced. Babar Azam is leading the Pakistani side with Shadab Khan as his deputy. The Indian squad will be announced soon. There are reports that the BCCI selectors will announce one squad for the Asia Cup and the T20 World Cup. All the senior players will return to the squad as a full-strength squad is expected to be announced. Pakistan and India are the first two teams to announce their squads for the upcoming Asia Cup. We take a look at all the squads for this year's tournament as they continue to be announced.
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Pakistan broke the losing jinx against India in the World Cup events late last year, when they registered a monumental 10-wicket victory over the arch-rivals in the Super 12 stage of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021
The Pakistan team went on to feature in the semi-finals against Australia while Virat Kohli-led India was knocked out in the group stage. Babar Azam and his men will now take on the Indian team in their Asia Cup 2022 opening match at the Dubai International Stadium on August 28.
This Asia Cup will decide players who'll be in the squad for T20 world cup 2022.
What are the challenges Pakistan squad will face for Asia Cup 2022? Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) recently announced their squad for Asia Cup T20 tournament, which will be played in the UAE from August 27 to September 11. The big development in the announcement is that experienced but inconsistent fast bowler Hasan Ali has been given a “break”. Naseem Shah has replaced him.
What are the strengths of Pakistan squad for Asia Cup 2022? The announced squad looks like a full-strength squad. The two big names that are missing from the list are those Imad Wasim, who once used to be the deputy captain of the men in green in this format, and Hasan Ali who has been given a break from international cricket.
The wait is finally over as the battle for Asian supremacy commences on 27th August with the all-important final on 11th September. The 15th edition of the Asia Cup will serve as ideal preparation ahead of the ICC T20 World Cup.
|1||Saturday||27th Aug||SL vs AFG||Group-B||Dubai||07:30|
|2||Sunday||28th Aug||IND vs PAK||Group-A||Dubai||07:30|
|3||Tuesday||30th Aug||BAN vs AFG||Group-B||Sarjah||07:30|
|4||Wednesday||31th Aug||Ind vs HK||Group-A||Dubai||07:30|
|5||Thursday||1st sept||SL vs BAN||Group-B||Dubai||07:30|
|6||Friday||2nd sept||PAK vs HK||Group-B||Sarjah||07:30|
|7||Saturday||3rd sept||B1 vs B2||Super-4||Sarjah||07:30|
|8||Sunday||4th sept||A1 vs A2||Super-4||Dubai||07:30|
|9||Tuesday||6th sept||A1 vs B1||Super-4||Dubai||07:30|
|10||Wednesday||7th sept||A2 vs B2||Super-4||Dubai||07:30|
|11||Thursday||8th sept||A1 vs B2||Super-4||Dubai||07:30|
|12||Friday||9th sept||B1 vs A2||Super-4||Dubai||07:30|
|13||Sunday||11th sept||Final [1st super 4 vs 2nd super 4}||Dubai||07:30|