Australian captain Tim Paine – will have to play patiently against Pak in UAE

The first Test between Australia and Pakistan will be played between October 7 and 11, while the second match will be played between October 16 and 20.

Australian captain Tim Paine has said that if his team needs to perform well in the forthcoming series in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) against Pakistan, then it will have to play with patience.

Australia has not won the Test series on Asian soil in the past seven years.

Australia, with the captain of the pen, has left for UAE on Wednesday, where he will play two-match Test series.

Cricket dot com dot au has written from Penn, “I think the matches in UAE are long and we have to play with patience. We have talked about partnership, patience, and pressure, which is going to be a lot of work there. ‘

He said, “The matches go three to four days long and the fifth day seems to be that the game is over soon. We know that there are long and short scores and there is also time to run there. ‘

Penn said that his team is ready to play difficult cricket there, especially in terms of batting. There is also a lot of heat there, too difficult for our bowlers. There you will have to work patiently.

We have to try to weaken them and we have to be ready to make a comeback or play our game in the last match of the match.

The first Test between Australia and Pakistan will be played between October 7 and 11, while the second match will be played between October 16 and 20.