Pakistan in major shake-up for South Africa series

18 Janvier, 2021, 03:09 | Auteur: Adelaide Bullion
  • South Africa's Rassie van der Hussen

The left-arm spinner is part of the 21-member group which is scheduled to play two Tests and three T20Is.

Back from New Zealand after a disappointing tour which ended with a 0-2 loss in the two-Test series, Pakistan will now play two Tests against South Africa at Karachi (January 26-30) and Rawalpindi (February 4-8), followed by a three-match T20I series at Lahore, beginning from February 11. The players will enter their bio-secure bubble on Tuesday and the squad will be trimmed to 16 players before the opening Test.

According to the PCB, the tourists will remain in a short quarantine until they clear first stage of Covid-19 testing done here before being allowed to begin training at a venue in close proximity to their hotel.

"I would like to thank the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for the hospitality and transparency they showed our security contingent when they travelled over there a few weeks ago". The tourists will also meet the hosts in a three-match Twenty20 global series in Lahore next month.

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Following their dismal tour of New Zealand, Pakistan's new chief selector Muhammad Wasim named nine uncapped players in a revamped 20-member squad for the test series against South Africa.

He said importance will be given to those who had performed well in the just concluded Quaid-e-Azam Trophy first class tournament. In the 26 contests so far, South Africa have won 15, while Pakistan have been victorious on four occasions. Hasan appears to have rediscovered his bowling zip following a spate of back-related injuries which reduced his efficacy, eventually costing him his central contract. "Players who need face-to-face chats - the medium that they prefer- will have Zoom calls and such". I have been told that Lalchand Rajput, former India player who coaches Zimbabwe, couldn't travel to Pakistan, umpire Aleem Dar is unable to come for work to India and such. "Kamran Ghulam (1,249 runs), Saud Shakeel (970 runs) and Salman Ali Agha (941 runs) walk into the middle-order to support Azhar Ali, Babar Azam and Fawad Alam".

Wasim said the horses for courses policy meant performers like left-arm spinner Nauman Ali, off-spinner Sajid Shah, and fast bowlers Haris Rauf and Tabish Khan would be available for selection, depending on the team composition for the first Test against South Africa in Pakistan in 14 years.

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