Next Step for Pakistan

Babar Azam hopes and expects Pakistan to leave behind their World Cup semifinal defeat and look to take forward the momentum that they gained during the tournament in Bangladesh.

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Next Step for Pakistan

Azam's Pakistan were one of the most clinical sides in the Super 12s, going unbeaten in the five games before being knocked out by eventual champions Australia in the semifinal.

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Next Step for Pakistan

"The World Cup is in the past and we need to move on from it and move forward looking into the future keeping the momentum that we gathered," Azam said ahead of their opening game against the hosts.

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Next Step for Pakistan

Pakistan kick off their tour with the first of the three T20Is on Friday (November 19), with the next two fixtures on Saturday (November 20) and Monday (November 22).

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Next Step for Pakistan

After these three games in the national capital, the teams will move to Chittagong for the first Test from November 26, before returning to Dhaka for the second and final Test from December 4.

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Next Step for Pakistan

''We want to continue the World Cup momentum. We are trying to play a different combination so that we can try out our bench strength.

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Next Step for Pakistan

We have West Indies tour next and probably there are six matches so we want to try out different players,'' Azam said.

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Next Step for Pakistan

Azam hoped to continue Pakistan's approach to T20 - of laying a solid platform at the top with the bat and

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Next Step for Pakistan

pushing ahead at the death - even on pitches in Dhaka, where run-making will be far tougher than it was in UAE.

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