West Indies can keep Nicolas Puran out in the first match
Pakistan not to play Mohammad Aamir
Sports desk World Cup Cricket 2019 has started. The West Indies will face Pakistan in the second match on Friday. This match starts at 3 pm in Trent Bridge, Nottingham, according to Indian time. After settling the dispute with the Board, the West Indies will go into the field with a strong team this time. Chris Gayle, Bravo and Andre Russell will play for the country after some time. The news from Pakistan's camp is that Mohammad Aamir may not be involved in the last 11 due to not being fit.
West Indies: Hope in superb form
The West Indian batting paper looks strong enough. With Chris Gayle, Andre Russell, he will be very much expected from the inky hope. Hope scored runs at 67.31 in 2018 and an average of 65.00 in 2019. He scored a century in the warm up match. However, it is not certain whether they will open with Gayle or come on number three. Shimran Hetmayer and Russell can make quick runs against any attack. Ashley Nurse is determined to get a place as a sole spinner. Nicholas Puran or Darren Bravo will have to sit out.
It can be the West Indies' playing eleven
Chris Gayle, Evelyn Lewis, Shikhar Hope (wicket-keeper), Shimran Hetmayer, Darren Bravo, Andre Russell, Jason Holder (captain), Kemar Roach, Shannon Gabriel, Sheldon Cottrell and Ashley Nurse.
Pakistan: Mohammad Aamir not fit
Fast bowler Mohammad Aamir has told coach Mickey Arthur that he wants to be fully fit before landing on the ground. According to the Pakistan newspaper 'The News', Aamir told the coach that he could not recover completely from the chickenpox, so give him some time and so. In this way, the pressure on Wahab Riyaz will increase. However, Shahin Shah Afridi is also but he has no experience of World Cup. On the other hand, Pakistan's batting will depend more on the scarcity of the moment and Babar Ajam. Some media reports have said that this match is more likely to give chance to Harris Sohail instead of Shoaib Malik.
This can be Pakistan's playing eleven
Shoaib Khan, Hasan Ali, Wahab Riaz and Shahin Shah Afridi