Pakistan has won the toss and chosen to bat in the third ODI against Afghanistan.

Pakistan has won the toss and opted to bat first against Afghanistan in the third One Day International (ODI) match of the series, which was held in Colombo. Babar Azam, the national team’s captain, shared his strategy with the media, emphasizing the importance of building early pressure by scoring runs in the initial 10 overs.

Babar Azam revealed that Pakistan has made four changes to their lineup for this match. Saud Shakeel, Faheem Ashraf, Mohammad Nawaz, and Wasim Junior have been included in the playing XI, while Haris Rauf, Nasim Shah, Iftikhar Ahmed, and Osama Mir are resting for this game.

As the final match of the series approaches, Afghanistan has also introduced two changes to their team.

It’s worth noting that Pakistan has already clinched the series with consecutive victories in the first two matches.

A win in this game would propel Pakistan to the top position in the ODI rankings.

Cricket fans are eagerly anticipating an intense showdown between these two rival teams as they vie for supremacy in the series finale. The match promises to showcase a thrilling exhibition of skills and determination from both sides.