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Pakistan capable of winning Test series despite issues: Mohsin KARACHI: Former chief coach Mohsin Khan is confident that Pakistan is capable of winning the 3-Test match series against Sri Lanka despite some chronic problems."Though we are facing problems without our trump fast bowler Wahab Riaz and Hafeez's suspect bowling action. But we have played fighting cricket on the tour so far," he told APP in an interview here on Thursday.The series deciding third and final cricket starts in Pallekele International Stadium from Friday.However, Pakistan will be without injured Wahab Riaz and Muhammad Hafeez, who is flying to Chennai to undergo test of his suspect bowling action."Pakistan team is bunch of good cricketers. But most of our problems are lack of players handling and technical issues are all ourself created," the former opening batsman, said.Mohsin Khan said too much bowling pressure on Wahab Riaz brought his downfall while left arm paceman Junaid Khan is not properly boosted or handled after ...

Hafeez to miss 3rd Test in Pallekele KARACHI: Mohammad Hafeez will miss the third Test against Sri Lanka in Pallekele to undergo a test on his bowling action, a cricket website reported on Thursday.The offspinner was granted an Indian visa on Wednesday afternoon, and the ICC is expected to confirm a date for the test on Thursday.The PCB had earlier requested the ICC for an extension to the July 4 deadline for the test, on the grounds that Hafeez had not yet ...
Hafeez Gets an Indian Visa After so many hurdles, Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has finally been issued Indian visa on Wednesday as per Pakistan Cricket Board’s official request.Hafeez, who is to undergo a test on his bowling action at the ICC-accredited testing centre in Chennai, got the Indian visa on Wednesday afternoon. The ICC had earlier turned down PCB's request to extend the deadline of his test, media reported.According to local media reports, The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has requested ...
Haddin won't back down in Ashes war of words LONDON: Australia wicket-keeper Brad Haddin has insisted there will be no changes in his on-field approach despite calls for an end to 'sledging' during the upcoming Ashes series against England.Ahead of next week's first Test in Cardiff, England paceman James Anderson has contrasted the sporting atmosphere which prevailed during his side's recent series with New Zealand to the bitterness of the last Ashes campaign, which Australia won 5-0 on home soil in 2013/14, and urged ...
Misbah, Younis Should Step Back For Good? Former Pakistan captain Asif Iqbal broke his silence on cricketing matters and has advised senior batsmen Younis Khan and Misbahul Haq to call it a day and pave the way for youngsters to be groomed in the national team after it lost the second cricket Test to Sri Lanka in Colombo.According to local media reports Iqbal said, “I think we need to stop trying to find excuses for every defeat we suffer. Cricket has changed ...
Younis Khan Talks About His Retirement Plan The Colombo Test was Younis Khan’s 100th Test, a landmark that only four Pakistan players before him have achieved. Though personally the match was not successful for Younis but after his 100 Test match he has been placed at the top among Pakistan batsmen at that point of careers.Before playing his 100th test match Pakistani batsman said in an interview that he wants to achieve a lot more than this and have certain goals in ...
ICC President Zaheer Abbas Wants To Revive Indo-Pak Cricket Ties The newly elected ICC President Zaheer Abbas said that he will strive to play an important role in reviving India-Pakistan bilateral ties with his new position in cricketing world. According to local media reports, Abbas said, "I want to play a role in helping revive Indo-Pak cricket matches because the people of both countries want these matches to take place and having regular bilateral ties is also necessary for the sport's global image”.“I know it ...


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