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PREVIEW
When: Friday, September 2 at 2 PM GMT | 6 PM local

Where: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah

What to expect: Another hot and humid day in store. Chasing has proven successful across venues in the UAE with India being the only side to have defended a total this Asia Cup, incidentally against Hong Kong.

Team Watch

Pakistan

Injury/Unavailability: Naseem Shah looked visibly in pain completing the second half of his final over in India’s chase. In case Pakistan decide to not risk him, Mohammad Hasnain will likely get a look in.

Tactics and match-ups:With the Asia Cup pitches as they are, runs against the hard new ball become important. And when it comes to setting targets in the UAE, the runs at the top are twice as valuable. Since 2021, Babar Azam strikes at only 113 inside the PowerPlay. Rizwan at 123 fares only slightly better. Hong Kong will want to exploit this further.

Probable XI: Babar Azam (C), Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Fakhar Zaman, Iftikhar Ahmed, Khushdil Shah, Shadab Khan, Asif Ali, Mohammad Nawaz, Naseem Shah/Mohammad Hasnain, Haris Rauf, Shahnawaz Dahani

Hong Kong

Injury/Unavailability: After giving a good account of themselves in their maiden T20I appearance against India, Hong Kong could go in unchanged for the do-or-die clash barring a last-minute injury.

Tactics and match-ups: Against India, Hong Kong’s spinners (1-72 in 10 overs) outbowled their pace counterparts (1-119 in 10 overs), so we can expect the likes of Ehsan Khan and Yasim Murtaza to bowl at where Pakistan’s strength lies, which is at the top. Hong Kong’s pacers could be a soft target for Pakistan’s batters, having leaked runs at an economy of almost 10 in Asia Cup (including qualifiers) as compared to spin that’s gone at only 6.42.

Probable XI: Nizakat Khan (C), Yasim Murtaza, Babar Hayat, Kinchit Shah, Aizaz Khan, Zeeshan Ali, Scott McKechnie (wk), Haroon Arshad, Ehsan Khan, Mohammad Ghazanfar, Ayush Shukla

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