Australia captain Pat Cummins has announced their playing XI for the Boxing Day Test against Pakistan and the announcement sees no change in the team that took on the Shan Masood-led side in the first Test in Perth. On the other hand, the Pakistan team management has decided to go in with Mohammad Rizwan instead of Sarfaraz Ahmed in the 2nd Test at the MCG. All of that and much more in today’s sports wrap.
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