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PAK vs AUS Tests |  Star Sports Promo Sparks Excitement In Cricket Fans

image-lq3e3le8Pak vs Aus 1st Test in Perth (December 14) [Image: x.com]

The anticipation is high as Australia and Pakistan gear up for the first Test of their three-match series at Optus Stadium starting on December 14. Both teams aim to establish their prowess in red-ball cricket, adding excitement to the cricket community. Australia, coming off successful campaigns like retaining the Ashes and winning the ICC Cricket World Cup, is eager to begin their season on a positive note. The clash promises thrilling action as the teams vie for dominance in the upcoming series.

The Men in Green, under the leadership of newly-appointed captain Shan Masood, are determined to break their winless streak in Australia. Masood is hopeful that his team can swiftly adapt to the conditions and put on a commendable show in this crucial opening match of the Test series.

Amidst the anticipation, Star Sports has added fuel to the excitement with a promo for the Australia vs Pakistan Test series that is creating a buzz on social media. It intriguingly states, "Men in Green love red ball cricket but hate Australian leather; will they win or wither? The Great Australian Challenge."

Watch the promo here:

As the two sides prepare to face off, historical statistics reveal that Australia holds a clear edge in Test cricket encounters between the two nations. With 35 wins compared to Pakistan's 15 victories in 69 matches, the Australians have dominated the rivalry. Playing on home turf has been particularly advantageous, with Australia securing victory 26 times in 37 outings while only succumbing to defeat on four occasions. Additionally, seven matches concluded in a draw, showcasing the resilience of both teams.

Cricket enthusiasts can catch the action-packed first Test on December 14 at 7:50 AM (IST) on Star Sports Network or Disney+ Hotstar. The clash promises not only a spectacle of skill and determination but also a test of whether Pakistan can overcome historical challenges on Australian soil or if Australia will continue its dominance at home.