— (Reuters) South Africa batsman David Milloyer advised his team to play their “A-game” on Thursday as they take on 2009 World Cup champions Pakistan in Sydney.
South Africa are the favourites to win one of the two remaining semi-final positions from Gathering 2, but Pakistan, who suffered losses against India and Zimbabwe, still has a chance to advance after defeating the Netherlands by six wickets.
We all understand that every match in the World Cup is important, and against Pakistan you have to be at your best as a competitor, Mill operator told columnists on Wednesday.
Pakistan will likely charge in since it is a match they must win, but we are undoubtedly prepared for them.
In order to help South Africa recover from a poor start against India and secure a five-wicket victory on Sunday, mill operator, 33, struck a fifty.
He stated, “Experience is a genuinely crucial thing, and for example, in the last game, we were in a terrible situation,” and added that in the past they may have “been slightly hasty.”
Naseem Shah, a Pakistani bowler, stated that their pace attack must hit all chambers.
Shah stated, “We are all rapid bowlers just trying to do our best because when you bowl bad anywhere, when you bowl a bad ball, then, at that moment, you are in a war.”
Fakhar Zaman, the batsman who initially missed the team because of a knee ailment, will likely not play for Pakistan.