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Pakistan opener Fakhar Zaman has been in red-hot form as of late and has been one of the top performers for the national team in limited overs cricket over the last 12 months.
On Monday, Zaman struck a career-best 117 not out, which was his second ODI century, to lead his side to a comprehensive nine-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the second ODI in Bulawayo.
Having made his presence felt once again, Zaman is now eager to do the same in Test cricket.
Zaman has yet to make his Test debut, but he hopes that will change in the near future.
“My playing Test cricket depends on the management, I was a part of the Test team during the UK tour but didn’t play,” he was quoted as saying by PakPassion. “But they are working with me in the nets. Even when we’re playing ODIs/T20Is, [head coach] Mickey [Arthur] still tells me special things about Test cricket.
“I am working hard on my technique and hope I will debut soon in Tests.
“Before international cricket and Pakistan A, I was doing really well in FC cricket. I have an average of 43 (actually 41.91) in first-class cricket so I think it won’t be something very new to me, I am used to it.”