A three match test series is being played between Pakistan and Australia. The second match of this series is being played at the National Stadium in Karachi. Today i.e. on Wednesday 16 March, the last day of the match and the last session of the fifth day is to be played. It is impossible to predict the outcome of the match till this time, as all three outcomes seem possible in the match at the moment. Pakistan team can win, Australia team can also win and the result of the match can also be a draw.
Actually, 36 overs of the last session of the last day are yet to be played. Pakistan team needs 196 runs to win. Captain Babar Azam is at the crease after scoring 168 runs. He is being supported by Mohammad Rizwan, who has scored 14 runs. At the same time, if Australia’s team has to win the match, then 6 wickets will have to be taken in the remaining 36 overs of the day. This is possible only when the Kangaroo team first dismisses Babar Azam, the captain of Pakistan.
The final session of the fifth day will decide the outcome of this match. 5.44 runs per over is to be made by the Pakistan team, which is definitely difficult, but cannot be called impossible, because Pakistan’s team would like to take advantage of their conditions. At the same time, if the fast bowlers of Australia’s team get help from the pitch and the team is able to take quick wickets after the tee break, then the match will be open for the Kangaroo team as well, while if both of them score slow runs and take wickets. If not lost, then the result of the match will be a draw.