The South Africa-bound Pakistan males’s nationwide staff will likely be joined by seven cricketers within the pre-departure camp, which commences on the Gaddafi Stadium on Friday, 19 March.
These gamers – Amad Butt, Faisal Akram, Khushdil Shah, Muhammad Imran, Naseem Shah, Shahnawaz Dahani, and Zahid Mahmood – have been invited in order that the teaching employees continues to work on their improvement.
Being a part of the pre-departure camp for the white-ball cricketers supplies a chance for Shahnawaz and Zahid, who obtained maiden call-ups within the Take a look at aspect final week, to search out their rhythm earlier than they embark on the journey for Zimbabwe with the Take a look at gamers on 12 April.
In the meantime, the boys’s nationwide choice committee has additionally invited Azam Khan and Sohaib Maqsood to the Nationwide Excessive Efficiency Centre in Lahore because the selectors proceed to reward the highest home performers and broaden the pool of gamers. The pair will work with the world-renowned NHPC coaches.
South Africa’s Squad for Pakistan Collection Introduced
Following the departure of the white-ball squad for South Africa on 26 March, the gamers who’ve been dropped from the nationwide aspect however stay in consideration for the nationwide staff may also be invited to the NHPC the place they may work on numerous bodily and technical points of the sport.
Chief selector Muhammad Wasim: “The choice to ask these 9 gamers, seven to work with the nationwide staff and two on the NHPC, is a continuation of our ambition to maintain our elite cricketers in rhythm and supply them the specified ability work so they’re prepared for the nationwide aspect each time they’re known as up.
“Beforehand, we had performed a camp of 25 gamers, who stay on the periphery of the boys’s aspect, in the course of the Pakistan Tremendous League 6 with the identical concept. I’m sure that these gamers will profit from the presence of top-quality coaches and these low season initiatives will assist them improve their skillset.”