Weapons flashed for prostheses, final test to be held today
Lahore: Weapons were flashed for prosthesis victims while the final test will be held today.
In preparation for the tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe, the Clare cricketers practiced hard in the Corona Test at the National White Ball Squad’s training camp at Gaddafi Stadium starting March 19. The other seven additional cricketers invited to the camp also took advantage of the opportunity to hone their skills with the help of practice.
On Monday, the players were divided into two teams Babar Azam XI and Shadab Khan XI and had an intra squad match in which the batsmen showed good form. Fakhruzzaman, Imam-ul-Haq and Babar Azam played big innings and remained unbeaten. He also shook his head with his bat.
Pakistan’s top order in South Africa has always struggled, maintaining a good form of practice match there will be a big challenge, cricketers who rested in a local hotel yesterday will play the second and final intra squad match today, with The camp will also end, the competition will be the last chance to test weapons, and will help management make decisions about possible combinations.
Pakistan played the last ODI home series against Zimbabwe and lost the third match in the Super Over after a tie. Iftikhar Ahmed, Khushdal Shah, Wahab Riaz and Musa Khan, who were part of the match, dropped out of the squad. The combination of playing XI will change in the series, there will be concerns about trying new faces in difficult conditions.
Management will complete its homework in this regard. No training is scheduled for Thursday. Head Coach Misbah-ul-Haq will brief the Virtual Media Conference on the preparations for the tour and details of his plans. The squad will fly to Johannesburg on a chartered plane on Friday. The Pakistan team will not have much time to prepare in South Africa as the first ODI is scheduled for April 2.
The good news for the Green Shirts is that after recovering from Corona, Hassan Ali has joined the Lahore-based Bio-Bubble. Hassan Ali will be able to leave for South Africa with the squad if their report is negative.
On the other hand, on the return from the intra-squad match, samples will also be obtained for the fourth corona testing of cricketers and support staff members.