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Pakistan vs Canada – T20 World Cup: Team news, head-to-head, pitch, form

With their fate hanging by a thread, Pakistan play buoyant Canada in a must-win game on a tricky pitch in New York.

Who: Pakistan vs Canada
What: ICC T20 World Cup 2024 Group A match
When: Tuesday, June 11, 10:30am local time (14:30 GMT)
Where: Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, New York, USA
How to follow: Al Jazeera’s live text and photo coverage begins at 11:30 GMT

It’s all-too-familiar territory for Pakistan in a World Cup, with their fate in the tournament hanging by a thread.

Babar Azam’s side have lost to USA and India, and must win against Canada – their opponents on Tuesday – to have any chance of making it to the next stage of the T20 World Cup.

A loss will make their final Group A game against Ireland a mere formality before they make their way back home. A win, by a big margin, will keep them in contention should they also beat Ireland on Sunday and hope other results in the group go their way.

The manner of Pakistan’s loss against India has left fans and experts seething with anger and frustration.

At the beginning of the 11th over, Pakistan were seemingly in control, as they required 63 runs off 59 balls with eight wickets in hand but went on to lose the game by six runs.

Former captain Wasim Akram called for a culling of some of the underperforming players and changes to the team.

“After this performance, Pakistan don’t deserve to go to the Super Eight,” he said after the match.

Pakistan’s assistant coach Azhar Mahmood said Pakistan’s batters were guilty of poor shot selection and decision-making during the chase, which led to their loss.

“It [poor performance] can come from nerves, or the fear of failure,” Mahmood said in his news conference ahead of the match against Canada, which he termed a