Quite a few New Faces Prone to Characteristic in T20I Squad Towards South Africa


Opening batsman, Sharjeel Khan, and middle-order batsman, Azam Khan, are extremely more likely to be included in Pakistan’s T20I squad for the sequence towards South Africa.

Sharjeel Khan has been spectacular within the not too long ago concluded Quaid-e-Azam Trophy and is at present placing in distinctive performances within the ongoing Pakistan One Day Cup. In the meantime, Azam Khan has made a popularity as a power-hitter in numerous T20 leagues.


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Azam rose to prominence in PSL 5 for taking part in strong knocks within the middle-overs for Quetta Gladiators. He carried his kind within the Nationwide T20 Cup and the not too long ago concluded Lanka Premier League for the Galle Gladiators. He’s more likely to make his debut for Pakistan within the upcoming sequence.

Sharjeel Khan, however, has not represented Pakistan since 2017 after he was discovered responsible of spot-fixing within the Pakistan Tremendous League. He’s more likely to be recalled in a revamped squad.

Different rumored inclusions within the squad are the opener, Zeeshan Malik, and leg-spinner, Zahid Mehmood. Zeeshan Malik has proved himself to be a strong opener within the Nationwide T20 Cup and piled on runs and for the Pakistan Shaheens within the current tour of New Zealand.


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Zahid Mehmood has been in elegant kind, choosing up wickets in all three codecs within the home circuit. He’s more likely to change vice-captain, Shadab Khan, who has been dominated out of the sequence as a result of an damage.

Iftikhar Ahmed and Khusdhil Shah are the 2 gamers which might be rumored to be dropped from the squad after failing to impress the selectors with their current performances.

The three-match T20I sequence between Pakistan and South Africa is about to happen at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, on 11, 13, and 14 February.



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