Here's what we think is going to happen during the Pakistan vs England T20 World Cup final.

In a shocking turn of events, Pakistan is in the T20 World Cup final. While we may not fully understand how we got here, it fills our hearts with hope because that means anything can happen. And that is reflected in the findings of our short survey of match expectations around the office.

We're all mentally preparing ourselves for the Green Shirts' face-off with England today (Sunday) in Melbourne, clearing our schedules for the ultimate cricketing battle. Every cricket enthusiast is dreaming of the trophy coming back home all the while making every comparison possible with the 1992 World Cup which Pakistan won under the captaincy of Imran Khan.

In anticipation of the match, we decided to ask team how they think Team Green is going to fare in the game. Their answers, full of hope and optimism, have only fuelled our excitement for the match.

Babar Azam's roller coaster of a performance

Though the captain is known as one of the best players in the world, he has faced a dip in performance during the World Cup. It was in the semifinal we caught a whiff of the old Azam as he made a comeback. We have no idea which way the skipper's roller coaster is going to go but 69 per cent of believes he's going to score up to 50 runs. An optimistic 31 per cent believe he will score between 50 to 100 runs.

Shaheen Shah Afridi's winner spinners

Afridi is steadily coming back into form after a break and we're here for it. Fifty per cent of the team thinks the bowler will take two wickets, 44...

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