Best of luck, Latif tells Pakistan player who will be playing county cricket in England

Rashid Latif wish Mohammad Abbas the best of luck ahead of his county cricket stint with Hampshire

Rashid Latif: “Best of luck”

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Former Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Rashid Latif has wished pace bowler Mohammad Abbas all the best ahead of his county cricket stint with Hampshire.

Abbas previously played for Leicestershire before securing a move to Hampshire.

Last year’s first-class season cancelled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), but Abbas represented Leicestershire in 2019 and took 29 wickets in nine County Championship matches at an average of 25.75.

This year, the teams have been placed into three group, with Hampshire being in Group 2 with Gloucestershire, Leicestershire, Middlesex, Somerset and Surrey.

Hampshire will kick off their campaign against Leicestershire on April 8.

“Best of luck,” Latif told Abbas on Twitter ahead of the tournament.

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