WEB DESK: Pakistan to take on Zimbabwe and Bangladesh on 22 and 24 January in the under 19 World Cup matches after getting the flourishing start against Scotland with an easy victory.
If Pakistan tops Group C, they will take on runners-up from Group D in the third Super League quarter-final in Potchefstroom on 30 January. In the scenario of Pakistan finishing runners-up in Group C, they will take on the winner of Group D in the last quarter-final on 31 January in Benoni.
The Super League semi-finals will be held on 4 and 6 February in Potchefstroom with the final on 9 February at the same venue. Pakistan have returned to familiar territory for the most prestigious age-group competition. When they had toured South Africa in June-July last year as part of their event preparations, they had thumbed the hosts 7-0. In the two World Cup warm-up matches against Nigeria and Sri Lanka in Pretoria, Pakistan have recorded impressive nine-wicket and four-wicket victories, respectively.