Pakistan will lock horns against Sri Lanka in the 6th game of Super 4’s at Sharjah Cricket Stadium. It is pertinent to mention that both teams have qualified for the Finals of this event, and the outcomes of the current game will just impact their cricketing record.
Of the two sides, the Islanders have impressed the way they performed in this event, despite losing to Afghanistan in the group stage rounds. The team displayed disciplined and professional cricket in all three departments, and their will to achieve high helped them qualifying the Finals of Asia Cup 2022. Dasun-led Sri Lanka will be hoping to fancy their chances against unbeatable Pakistan.
Team Pakistan is coming into this fixture after defeating Afghanistan in a last-over thriller. They haven’t lost any match in Super 4’s so far, and Baber will not mind if they enter the Finals with three consecutive victories. During the Asia Cup campaign, Pakistan defeated arch-rival India in one of their highest-chasing matches and then victimized the young Afghan side in the very next game.
Pakistan vs Sri Lanka Pitch Report – Asia Cup 2022
Pakistan will take on Sri Lanka at Sharjah Cricket Stadium. Both engaging sides have already played a few games on this surface, so they are well aware of the playing conditions and atmosphere. Apparently, the pitch prepared for Tonight’s match will provide maximum aid to batters, which means it will be a high-scoring game. With no signs of grass on the surface, it’s clear pacers will abstract nothing special except a bit of swing with a new bowl.
As we all witnessed in previous games, Spinners played stunning roles by stopping runs and taking wickets in the middle overs, and it will remain as such in the upcoming match. Both teams feature some top-notch Spin Wizards, so seeing them in action is no less than a feast for die-heart cricket fans. Furthermore, Sharjah Stadium has short boundaries and a quick outfield, which means Powerplay Overs will be watchable.
Pakistan vs Sri Lanka Toss Prediction – Asia Cup 2022
Toss has remained crucial throughout the Asia Cup, and strangely the victory ratio of the toss-winning side is 90% in this event. So, both teams would like to win the toss and opt for bowl 1st. According to cricket analysts, the only winning scenario for batting 1st side is to post a target above 190 runs, and anything below this range would confirm their defeat in this game.
The match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka will start during the stabbing heat of Sharjah. The temperature will hover around 35 to 40 Degree Celsius. However, both teams would prefer to utilize more fluids and energy drinks on their players to avoid injuries. For fans, the heat of Sharjah won’t beat the hotness of their sentiments for their home teams.