Latif reveals who will be Pakistan’s most dangerous batsman at the World Cup

Rashid Latif believes Imam-ul-Haq will be Pakistan's most dangerous batsman at the World Cup cricket

Rashid Latif: “I believe that Imam-ul-Haq [will] emerge as a different player, he doesn’t throw away his wicket and in these English conditions, we will see him playing strokes”

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Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif believes that opener Imam-ul-Haq will be the national team’s most dangerous batsman at the World Cup.

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Why does Sohail not see Sarfraz as a top order batsman?

Aamir Sohail Sarfraz Ahmed shouldn't bat in the top order as he has got most of his runs at number six or seven Pakistan cricket

Aamir Sohail: “Sarfraz is ideally suited for six or seven and he has got runs at that position so why disturb him from his comfort zone”

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Former Pakistan captain Aamir Sohail feels that current skipper Sarfraz Ahmed shouldn’t be a top order batsman as he has enjoyed most of his success batting at six or seven.

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Malik reveals what makes Azam a great batsman

Shoaib Malik hard work is what makes Babar Azam a great batsman Pakistan cricket

Shoaib Malik: “Simply put, it’s his word work. He has everything in him that is required to be a world-class batsman”

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Veteran Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik has attributed Babar Azam’s drive and determination to be the best batsman in the world to the reason why he is an exceptional player.

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Hales makes astonishing revelation about his early years as a cricketer

Alex Hales started off as fast bowler before deciding to become a batsman England cricket

Alex Hales: “I was there as a fast bowler at that time but that knock was the catalyst to move towards batting”

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England batsman Alex Hales has revealed that he identified himself as a pace bowler at the age of 16 before transforming himself into a batsman.

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