Pakistan fans must be thrilled as their country entered the last four of the T20 World Cup 2021. The icing on the cake is that they beat India for the first time in any form of cricket in World Cups. India is also out of the tournament.
Australia won by 5 wickets (with 6 balls remaining)
Australia 177/5 in 19 overs
Pakistan 176/4 in 20 overs
Pakistan vs Australia T20 World Cup highlights video
Pakistan takes on Australia in the second semifinals match at the Dubai International Stadium in Dubai at 7:00 PM Pakistan time.
New Zealand beat England convincingly to reach yet another World Cup final. The Kiwis now clash with the winners of Australia vs Pakistan match at Dubai in the finals.
Pakistan tv telecast on PTV Sports
Cricket fans in Pakistan can watch the Aus v Pak match live on PTV Sports. The live stream can be watched on Daraz Website and app. Sky Sports and Fox Sports will telecast in Australia.
Star Sports will broadcast the match live for viewers in India.
Australia is by no means easygoing, in fact, Pakistan is a bit unlucky to face them in the semis. England or New Zealand would have been better teamed for them to play with.
The Pakistan team is currently in great form as they have won all their five T20 international games recently. Australia, on the other side, has also been in tremendous form throughout the tournament. 402 of the 640 runs they have scored in this tournament have come from the top three batsmen.
Pitch and conditions:
This track has been used three times before this World Cup, and all have produced good scores. Apart from the dew in the evening, which is common in Dubai, there is little concern regarding the pitch.
Face-to-Face stats – Aus v Pak
Australia looks to have the upper hand in today’s encounter. They have won all four ICC knockout contests against Pakistan: the 1987 World Cup semifinal, the 1999 World Cup final, the 2010 T20 World Cup semifinal, and the World Cup quarter-final in 2015.
Pakistan also has an incredible record in the UAE. They have won 16 consecutive T20s in the UAE. The last time they failed was in a Super Over against England in November 2015.