Stoinis, who has played in all three games for Australia in the tournament, picked up the injury in the match against India at The Oval on Sunday.
"I don't think Pakistani people will do that".
Pakistan bowling coach Azhar Mahmood said that the players have learnt from their mistakes and even if the pitch had bounce and movement they would try not to repeat those mistakes again. Australia will jump to number two under this scenario.
IndiacaptainVirat Kohli gestured in an effort to quiet the crowd and later apologised to Smith.
The former fast bowler said that there are chances of Pakistan's victory over their arch rivals if they bat first. Actually we are thinking about tomorrow's game.
The former all-rounder said that after the win over England the morale of the Pakistan team was very high and the players were now looking forward to also beating Australia.
Adding to their woes, all-rouber Marcus Stoinis has been ruled out of their match against Pakistan and Mitchell Marsh has been added as a backup.
For the time being, Marsh is a temporary replacement and a call on whether he would replace Stoinis permanently is yet to be taken.
Australia have two wins from their three World Cup matches so far, having beaten both Afghanistan and the West Indies before losing to India.
But with no now available like-for-like replacement for Stoinis, Finch will need to reshuffle his pack, while the showery forecast for Taunton further complicates his squad selection.
Pakistan were left frustrated after their match against Sri Lanka was washed out at Bristol on Friday, leaving them to share a point.
"Firstly, we can't control the weather. But if the match is short, definitely the planning is a change one", he said.