I want a top order spot in the Pakistan team, ambitious 20-year-old says

Pakistan batsman Abdullah Shafique is ambitious as he wants a spot in the top order in the Pakistan team

Pakistan batsman Abdullah Shafique: “There is a lot of competition in the top order but whenever I am given an opportunity, I will try to do my best”

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Batsman Abdullah Shafique has expressed his desire to secure a spot in Pakistan’s top order after he was picked for the Zimbabwe series.

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This 20-year-old is really something special, Pakistan coach Misbah-ul-Haq says

Misbah-ul-Haq believes 20-year-old Abdullah Shafique is something special

Misbah-ul-Haq: “Abdullah Shafique has been rewarded for his tremendous potential and performance. He has been identified as a future prospect and, therefore, drafted into the squad as part of his development”

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Pakistan head coach Misbah-ul-Haq has lavished praise on Abdullah Shafique, saying the young batsman is really something special.

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Shoaib Malik reveals how Pakistan can increase their chances of winning 2023 World Cup

Shoaib Malik reveals how Pakistan can increase their chances of winning the 2023 World Cup

Shoaib Malik: “The team management needs to plan things for World Cup 2023. A pool of 20 to 22 players should be formed in order to give experience to all those players and make them capable of competing in the world event”

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Veteran all-rounder Shoaib Malik has said that in order to increase their chances of winning the 2023 World Cup in India, Pakistan must form a group of 20 or 22 players that they pick on a consistent basis.

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Broad: ‘We are stepping into the unknown’

“We don’t really know what to expect but it’s hugely exciting for the players and the fans alike”

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England seamer Stuart Broad has admitted that his side will be venturing into uncharted territory in their first Test against the West Indies at Edgbaston as it will be the first day-night Test to be held in England.

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