Australia vs Pakistan, Final, Sanjay Goyal Prediction, +918923458125
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Billy Stanlake blew Pakistan away when the two sides faced off for the first time in the tournament with Aaron Finch completing the formalities in the chase. It was then the turn of Pakistan to return the favour with a powerful batting performance followed by a clinical showing with the ball helped them even the odds. Both teams have had their chances to show their might against the hosts Zimbabwe but they will be wary of the chinks in their armour ahead of the title clash.
For Australia, the chink is quite apparent. They have relied heavily on their skipper, who has been in dazzling form in the tournament. He has hit 16 sixes in the tournament, with 10 of them coming in one game where he hammered a world record 172. Even though Travis Head and Glenn Maxwell stepped up in the last group game against Zimbabwe after the dismissals of Finch and Alex Carey, Australia would want them to continue in the same vein against a bowling attack that has been brimming with confidence.
Mohammad Nawaz, Usman Khan, the youngster Shaheen Afridi have all been amongst the wickets and with Mohammad Amir back in the fray, the attack appears ready to run through the Australian middle order. On the batting front, Fakhar Zaman has looked in good touch and Pakistan have also found useful runs from their skipper Sarfraz Ahmed. 26-year-old Asif Ali has integrated well into the Pakistan setup since making his debut earlier this year and he will be the key at the death alongside veteran Shoaib Malik.