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Pakistan left-arm spinner Mohammad Nawaz is eager to get back into the national team and is hoping his performance in the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) will help him accomplish that.
Nawaz, who last played for Pakistan in September 2018, is playing for the Quetta Gladiators in the PSL.
In nine games, Nawaz has scored 46 runs at an average of 23 and taken 10 wickets at an average of 25.90.
“The PSL has so far [been] highly successful for me and my team,” he told The Nation. “The pitches are equally helpful to bowlers as well as batsmen.
“I am hopeful about my chances of making it to the national team for the coming Australia and England matches. The World Cup is just around the corner and I am enjoying super form with both the bat and ball.
“My job is to perform consistently and it is up to the selectors what they decide about my fate. I will give more than 100 percent, if I am provided with the chance of playing for the country.”