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Second semi-final: Which team’s player can perform better?

The second semi-final of the T20 World Cup between Pakistan and Australia is being played in Dubai.

Which team will win this match? And which player of which team can perform in this match? All this will come to light at the end of the match.

Given the statistics, it can be said which player of which team can perform today.

The Pakistan team, which is unbeaten in the event so far and has won 16 matches in a row in the United Arab Emirates, now it remains to be seen whether it will claim its 17th victory or not.

Australia suffered their only defeat at the hands of the English team in the T20 World Cup, but they beat other teams by playing their best.

The pair of Aaron Finch and David Warner have given excellent performances in the T20 World Cup with the bowling line-up of Pat Cummins, Josh Hazelwood, Mitchell Starc and Adam Zampa from Australia.

On the other hand, Pakistan has been the man of the match every time in 5 matches of group 12, but captain Babar Azam has been performing consistently.

Babar Azam batted in 5 matches and scored 4 half centuries, he is the top scorer of the event while Mohammad Rizwan has scored 214 runs and his performance is also excellent.

Pakistan’s middle order is also performing well in the event, batting at an average of 10 runs per over.

Event Australia’s David Warner is also batting well, he has scored 187 runs in 5 matches while the Australian team has given the opposing team a chance to score more than 150 runs in just 2 matches.

Adam Zampa from Australia is one of the top bowlers in the event with 11 wickets while Haris Rauf from Pakistan is at the top with 8 wickets.

For Pakistan, Babar Azam, Fakhr Zaman and Shadab Khan have fielded well in the event while Hassan Ali has been the most concerned in Pakistan’s bowling.

However, if the two teams are compared, both the teams have competed 6 times in the T20 World Cup and both have won 3, 3 matches.

According to the history of the World Cup of any format, whenever Australia and Pakistan have competed in the knockout stage, the Australian team has been the winner.