ale depends heavily on their match against defending champions England on November 11. On Monday, Haris Rauf underwent an MRI test to assess the potential extent of his rib sprain before the crucial match with the reigning World Cup champions England on November 11. The 30-year-old pacer had previously left the field when playing against New Zealand, complaining of this injury. Sources have confirmed that this was a “routine” medical procedure. Victoria Khan, the side’s Vice-Captain, suffered a concussion on October 27th, and has yet to play another match following this incident.
The Pakistan National Team’s advancement to the semi-finals of the competition is strongly dependent on the result of the upcoming 11th November match. fifth with 0.303 NRR. The Men in Green will confront England in an imperative game on November 11 in Kolkata yet their destiny – for advancement into the semifinals – will probably be chosen before that as the two groups Babar-drove side relies upon, Afghanistan and New Zealand, will have played their leftover matches previously.
Initially, Afghanistan must play two all the more matches in the World Cup which are not going to be easy as they will conflict with the strong groups of Australia and South Africa on November 7 and November 10, individually. On the off chance that Afghanistan win the two matches, they will be directly into the semis with 12 focuses, situated above New Zealand and Pakistan.
In any case, Pakistan are right now exceptionally near New Zealand, both groups having one match left to play, however the Black Caps have the upper hand on net rate (NRR), as they will play the troubled Sri Lanka group on November 9 in Bengaluru. New Zealand have a score of 0.398 on the NRR while Pakistan are fifth with 0.303 NRR. Hence, Pakistan’s success is stil uncertain as their future isn’t completely in their control. 0.036 NRR is ranked fifth.