India, Nov. 20 -- Legendary Pakistan paceman Wasim Akram feels he has perfect game plan to reduce the effect of Australia's batting superstar Steve Smith in the two team's upcoming two-match series. Earlier this year, Smith helped Australia retain the Ashes by scoring 774 runs in seven innings at an average of 110.57 and he will be hopeful of similar level of performances against Pakistan at home. If the visitors are to get anything out of the series, they will have to keep Smith's perennially thirsty bat quiet.

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"I played against the greats of the game ... but Smithy's very, very different," Akram was quoted as saying by nine.com.au. "Sometimes he sta...