iing field in the coming days. The MRI scans of Haris Rauf showed no signs of injury, and the Pakistan team’s vice-captain, Shadab Khan, is now in good health after suffering a concussion during a game against South Africa last month. The scans indicated that Rauf should have no problems in taking part in the World Cup matches. Khan is expected to be put through tests and assessments on the training field in the near future in order to confirm his full recovery.
ot he semis, while Pakistan will have to rely on the matches’ margins and net run-rate calculations to qualify… Tomorrow (Wednesday), Pakistan will start their preparations for the upcoming game versus the English squad as they take a day off from training today (Tuesday). With a victory against New Zealand in the rain-affected match last Saturday, it is uncertain whether the Green Shirts will be able to make it to the semi-finals of the World Cup. In order to achieve this, the team will have to defeat England and hope that Sri Lanka beats New Zealand on November 9.
Additionally, the chances of Pakistan to qualify for the semis will depend on the results of two matches of Afghanistan against Australia and South Africa. Should the Afghan team win both their remaining fixtures, they would have a total of 12 points. However, Pakistan would still be ahead of them in the table due to their higher net run rate. Unless Afghanistan has two wins in their upcoming games and Pakistan loses their last match, Afghanistan will remain behind the Pakistani team in the standings.