Bengaluru: The Pakistan cricket team is dealing with a series of health challenges as they prepare for their upcoming World Cup match against Australia on October 20 in Bengaluru. However, good news has emerged as openers Fakhar Zaman and Usama Mir have recovered from their injuries and illnesses, making them available for selection in the crucial match.
Opener Abdullah Shafique and pacer Shaheen Afridi also experienced fever symptoms, but they have since recuperated. The team has taken necessary precautions, conducting COVID-19 tests for all players and screening them for dengue fever symptoms. Thankfully, there is no significant reason for concern regarding the overall health of the players.
The team management has cancelled the scheduled training session to prioritize rest for the players. The squad will participate in a training session tomorrow afternoon to prepare for the crucial match against Australia.
The Pakistan cricket team is determined to give their best despite recent health challenges. The recovery of key players like Fakhar Zaman and Usama Mir offers a ray of hope. The team management’s vigilance in addressing health concerns and prioritizing player well-being is commendable.