Becoming the number one batsman in all three formats is a dream come true.

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Babar Azam

batsman Becoming the number one batsman in all three formats is a dream come true.

If you want to be No. 1 in all three formats, you have to fit. Now back to back cricket, you have to be extra fit. National captain

Wami team captain Babar Azam has said that it is his dream to be number one. Veteran Indian batsman Karthik was talking on ICC Review. When he said that Babar Azam could soon become the No.1 batsman in all three formats.

Babar Azam is currently number one in the ODI and T20 rankings. He is fifth in the Test rankings behind Marin Lee Blush, Steve Smith, Ken Williamson and Joe Root.

Babar Azam said that as a player it is a dream to be number one in all formats. And for that you have to pay attention and work hard. Not if you are a top player in one or two formats. So even in the third format you will easily get the first position.

Back to back cricket is now playe. I’m getting ready for it, it’s going well in the white ball. And hopefully I can do well in the test too. Babar Azam was talking to the media before the ODI series between Pakistan and West Indies on June 8, 10 and 12.


Following the T20 series between the two teams, three ODIs were postponed last December due to the spread of Corona in the West Indies camp. Pakistan swept the T20 series 3-0 and continued their strong whiteball form by winning. The ODI series 2-1 against Australia at home.

Babar Azam was a star batsman with two centuries and a half-century in three ODIs against Australia, as his average was 142.5 and he scored with a strike rate of 116.8. Babar Azam said that as a team and captain you think of a clean sweep in the series. No matter who the opponent is.

The one-day match between Pakistan and West Indies will start at 4 pm local time in Multan to avoid the scorching heat. Three ODIs are part of the Super League. In which both teams chasing important points. If they get a place in the top 8, they will automatically qualify for the Cricket World Cup 2023. West Indies are currently sixth and Pakistan tenth.

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