Pakistan bowl first against Australia
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Dhaka, June 12 -- Pakistan won the toss in their fourth match in the ongoing ICC Men's World Cup against Australia on Wednesday at The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton, and decided to bowl first.
Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed said the wicket looks helpful for the bowlers and that's why they have opted to bowl first.
"There's a bit of grass and moisture on the pitch, so we need to take advantage of that. Unfortunately, we couldn't play the last game, but we practised hard in the last few days so the momentum is very high for us. Shadab Khan will sit out today and Shaheen Afridi comes back for us," Sarfraz told the broadcaster while performing the toss.
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