Top Wicketkeeper:

A. Australia vs Pakistan – Carey’s prowess with the bat was evident in his Test century at the MCG, where he boasts an impressive average of 53 against Pakistan.

Top Batters:

Among players with over 1,000 Test runs between Australia and Pakistan, only D. Warner (1,417 runs) and U. Khawaja (1,123 runs) maintain averages exceeding 80, highlighting their consistency and dominance against the opposition. Additionally, in 6 Tests against Australia, Imam-ul-Haq has notched up 2 centuries and 3 fifties, showcasing his ability to perform consistently against a formidable bowling attack. Similarly, S. Masood’s First-Class double hundred (201* off 298) in Australia underscores his technical proficiency and adaptability in challenging conditions.

Top All-rounders:

M. Marsh’s remarkable performance earned him a spot in the Star Team for 5 consecutive Tests, attributed to his impactful contributions with both bat and ball, including a century, three fifties, and 11 wickets. Moreover, P. Cummins boasts impressive stats both against the opposition (23 wickets at 25) and at various venues (25 wickets at 20), demonstrating his versatility and effectiveness across different conditions.

Top Bowler:

A. Australia vs Pakistan – Jamal’s stellar six-for in Perth solidified his reputation as a potent bowler, further bolstered by his status as Lahore’s second-highest wicket-taker in the Pakistan First-Class Trophy.

Struggling with Form:

B. Azam’s challenges in Australia are reflected in his average of only 26, compounded by his recent lack of substantial scores, having not registered a fifty in 8 innings.

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