David Warner wants a better pitch for 2nd Test against Pakistan

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Australia nature David Warner said he hopes for an bettered pitch for the alternate Test in Karachi after the callers could claim only four Pakistan lattices in the series- opening draw on Rawalpindi’s amenable gate.

“ I just want a game where you can actually produce 20 chances,” Warner said Thursday. “ It’s commodity that’s going to be instigative and amusing for the crowd.”

Pakistan Cricket Board president Ramiz Raja has conceded that drawn games aren’t a good announcement for Test justice and Pindi Cricket Stadium’s gate was described by Australia batter andvice-captain Steve Smith as a “ dead gate”.

Pakistan scored 476-4 declared and 252-0 in its two innings against Australia’s three frontline fast bowlers and indeed expert off- incentive Nathan Lyon could n’t achieve any success on a breathless track.

Australia also responded solidly with 449 all out, but the maturity of left-arm incentive Nauman Ali’s six lattices redounded from bad strokes by the Australian batters.

“ When he (Lyon) was hitting that rough, it was n’t doing anything, was just enough much going straight on slow off the gate,” Warner said.

“ There was n’t any variable brio, which you generally do see on worn lattices.”

Raja said Pakistan has planned low-bouncy tracks for Australia’s first stint to Pakistan since 1998, keeping in mind Pakistan’s strength against a tough opponent.

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