T20 world cup 2021 Pak vs Nam Pakistan cricket team close to reaching semi final of T20WC 2021 next match against Namibia

Pak vs Nam Pakistan team have earned 6 points by winning the last three matches and their next match is with Namibia. If Babar Azam’s team wins this match, then it will reach the semi-finals.

Abu Dhabi, Pretr. Enthusiastic by winning the first three consecutive matches of the T20 World Cup 2021, Pakistan’s team will try to secure their place in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup by continuing their impressive performance against Namibia on Tuesday. Pakistan’s preparations for the World Cup were not good. New Zealand and England canceled the tour of Pakistan, which did not give their team a chance to practice, but the Babar Azam-led team has performed well in the T20 World Cup so far despite all the adversity.

Pakistan defeated New Zealand and Afghanistan after a historic win against India. He had some weaknesses against these two teams but that did not break his winning streak. If Pakistan’s openers Babar and Muhammad Rizwan don’t work, their middle order is ready to take over the responsibility and if they don’t work out, Asif Ali, who specializes in hitting long shots, is ready to win matches.

However, the team will need a good score from the experienced Muhammad Hafeez. He is the only batsman in the top six who has not made a useful contribution so far. Pakistan’s team looks so strong in bowling that it does not seem that the Namibian batsmen will be able to face them. His bowlers had given Afghanistan a chance to come back but against Namibia he would not like to make any such mistake.

This will be a big match for Namibia, which had lost to Afghanistan in the previous match and they will leave no stone unturned to give a tough challenge to a top-notch side. Namibia’s six wickets against Afghanistan were taken by fast bowlers and Pakistan’s fast bowling attack is quite strong. This will certainly be a matter of concern for Namibia. Namibia have already won hearts by making it to the Super-12 but captain Gerhald Erasmus made it clear that his team was looking to make a difference.