Babar Azam is likely to quit the captaincy of white ball formats

Babar Azam is likely to quit the captaincy of white-ball formats, Pakistan’s all-format captain Babar Azam is considering stepping down from the leadership, especially in white-ball cricket.

According to sources, the 29-year-old player is seeking guidance about his future by consulting former PCB chairman Ramiz Raja and his close associates. Babar Azam sought Ramiz Raja’s advice during a training session at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens on Friday.

A decision on whether to remain as captain will be influenced by consultations on his return home. In the current situation, Babar Azam especially values ​​the advice he got from his father.


Expressing disappointment over the behavior of the PCB and former cricketers, Babar Azam has received advice from those close to him to step down from the leadership of all three formats.

This suggestion is based on the belief that many famous captains have faced challenges in the Test series in Australia. As a result, people in Babar Azam’s inner circle have recommended him to step down from captaincy in both red and white ball cricket. Although Babar Azam had initially planned to make the decision while in India, he has now postponed it and will finalize his choice on his return home.

It should be noted that Pakistan is on the verge of not making it to the final four of the World Cup 2023, Pakistan has won four matches and has faced defeat in the same number of matches.

Under the leadership of Babar Azam, the team suffered defeats against India, Australia, South Africa, and Afghanistan, while emerging victorious against the Netherlands, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and New Zealand.

Pakistan still have a chance to end their campaign with 10 points, but their run rate is a cause for concern. They need a dominant win against England to overtake the Kiwis.

In today’s match, if England scores 50 runs then the target has to be achieved in 2 overs, if England scores 100 runs then they have to chase in 2.5 overs, if England scores 200 runs then they have to chase in 4.3 overs and if England score 300 runs then If he scores runs, the target must be achieved in 6.1 overs.

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