On October 27, the Pakistan team, which lost to India in its first-ever T20 World Cup match on Sunday, will face Zimbabwe at Optus Stadium in Perth.

There is a possibility that the Babar Azam-led national team will make some changes for the upcoming match, with left-handed batter, Fakhar Zaman, and star pacer Shaheen Shah, both likely to be dropped. Management may want to rest Shaheen Shah Afridi ahead of the crucial match against South Africa on November 3.

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It was believed by former cricketers that Shah should rest rather than aggravate his injury after his performance against India at Melbourne Cricket Ground last Sunday. Fakhar Zaman recovered from his injury yesterday and participated in the training, but he is still not fully fit and will not be part of the team against Zimbabwe.

In order to advance to the semi-finals, the Men in Green will need to finish the Super 12s stage in the top two on the points table.


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