In his opinion, Pakistan should test their batting against Hong Kong on Friday, September 2 at Sharjah Cricket Stadium, according to seasoned wicketkeeper Robin Uthappa
Pakistan's opening Group A encounter against Rohit Sharma's India ended in a five-wicket defeat on August 28.
Pakistan scored 147 after being put in to bat first on a challenging surface. After that, the Indian hitters were forced to sweat by the Pakistani bowlers, but Babar Azam and company didn't have the luck of the Irish.
"Given how they have been playing cricket for the past year or two, it won't be a tight game. You must give them credit where credit is due because they have been an outstanding team
Mohammad Rizwan scored in the 40s during the game against India, although he was only able to advance to a run-a-ball. Haris Rauf and Shahnawaz Dahani were the ones who both made some good shots and enabled Pakistan to record a respectable result.