KARACHI (PPI) - With back to back warm-up matches defeat, Pakistan cricket team lost support from fans back at home. It was learnt in a survey conducted here Saturday that Pakistani cricket fans didn't expect much from their team in the ongoing World T20 Championship. "We don't have a team that could compete against the likes of India and South Africa. They learnt a lot from the second version of IPL. Moreover, Pakistan team is itself is not in a good form. They were completely outclassed by South Africa and India in the warm-up match," Asif Ahmed Khan, a student of CBM said. South Africa thrashed Pakistan by 59 runs in their first warm-up match while arch-rival India proved themselves as hot favourites after recording a formidable nine-wicket win over Pakistan. Mohammad Ali, a banker by profession said that Pakistani team was not featuring with the best available lot. "Imran Nazir and Abdul Razzaq should have been included in the team . These two players would have delivered the team. There is no one in the Pakistani team who could play better T20 form better than these two." Nazir and Razzaq had been the top performers in the recently concluded National T20 Championship. However, they were not included in the T20 squad because of their association with rebel Indian Cricket League. However, a salesman of a private company Faizan Salim said, "Pakistan have the potential to win the title. Every player have the talent to help Pakistan win a match. Shahid Afridi is bowling well. And he is also capable of hitting some sixes and fours. We remember how Misbah-ul-Haq helped Pakistan almost win the title in the inaugural championship. So I think Pakistan is also a strong contender of the title." Pakistan reached the final in the in augural World T20 Championship where India defeated them after a thrilling encounter. "I don't think we could even make it to the semi-finals. I think India, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia will find their place in pre-finals. Pakistan is completely out-of-form. Who would be able to perform on Pakistani side that could be compared with India's Gautham Gambhir, Yuvraj or Dhoni and South Africa's Gibbs and Kallis. They are in top form after their IPL assignment," said Munawar Qureshi a teacher. Pakistan will play thier first match against host England on Sunday. England were shocked by underdog Netherlands by four wickets in the tournament opener.