ICC men from former world champion Pakistan Friday in Rawalpindi World cup The Super League will host Zimbabwe in the series, allowing both teams to begin the World Cup qualification campaign to be played in India in 2023. Pakistan’s new captain, Babar Azam, will be encouraged by the record of losing in just one of the 19 matches of the last six home series against Zimbabwe.
Each team in the Super League has played eight series of three matches, in which four domestic and four other teams will be played on the field. The team that fails to qualify from the Super League will have one more chance to qualify. In this, the winning team will get 10 points, while the tie / no result / cancellation, five points and one defeat.
Teams will be ranked according to the total points earned in all eight series. England, the defending champions of the ICC World Cup, currently lead the table with 30 points. The team had beaten Ireland 2–1 while they had lost against Australia by a similar margin. Among the players from both teams playing in the series, Babar is among the best ranked players in the ICC ODI list. However, he played his last match in this format against Sri Lanka a year ago.
This player, ranked third in the rankings of batsmen, is the only player in the series who is in the top 10. In the Zimbabwe-led Zimbabwe squad led by Chamu Chibhabha, Alexander Raza is the best-ranked team batsman with 47th position while Brendan Taylor, who is in the top-10, is ranked 50th.