Sohail reveals why Zaman struggled during the Test series against South Africa

Aamir Sohail Fakhar Zaman should have worked on his weaknesses prior to Test series against South Africa but selectors and coaching staff to blame as well Pakistan cricket

Aamir Sohail: “I feel that more than Fakhar, it’s the selectors who should have known about his limitations and also the coaches should have recognized these issues”

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Ex-Pakistan captain Aamir Sohail believes that opening batsman Fakhar Zaman should have ironed out his flaws prior to the Test series against South Africa.

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Kamran Akmal reveals the reasons behind Pakistan’s struggles in South Africa

Kamran Akmal players, coaching staff and selectors all to blame for Pakistan's disastrous tour of South Africa cricket

Kamran Akmal: “I think the entire team, management, coaching staff and selectors are equally responsible for the debacle”

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Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal has attributed the national team’s disastrous ongoing tour of South Africa on poor team selection.

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Collingwood to be part of England’s coaching staff for tour of West Indies and World T20

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Collingwood recently helped Scotland qualify for the 2015 World Cup

Former England all-rounder Paul Collingwood has agreed to be part of the national team’s coaching staff for their upcoming limited overs tour of the West Indies and the World Twenty20 in Bangladesh next month.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Chaminda Vaas agrees to become Sri Lanka fast bowling coach

Vaas finally agreed to a two-year contract after weeks of negotiations

After weeks of negotiations, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) have finally convinced former left-arm pace bowler Chaminda Vaas to become the national team’s fast bowling coach for the next two years.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Zimbabwe Cricket defend decision to cut coaching staff

Taylor was fuming with the cut in coaching staff

Zimbabwe Cricket have defended their decision to cut down the number of coaching staff that go on tour with the national team, stating that their decision was based on recommendations given to them by the country’s cricket committee.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Brendan Taylor infuriated with coaching staff cuts

Taylor is worried that Zimbabwe are taking a “step in the wrong direction”

Zimbabwe captain Brendan Taylor has voiced his disgust towards the recent cuts in coaching staff, calling it a “step in the wrong direction” that would ultimately do more harm than good for a country struggling to pose any kind of threat to all the other international teams.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Faf du Plessis and Robin Peterson set to become regulars in Test side after outstanding performance against Australia

Peterson and du Plessis have already established themselves as a lethal pair in the limited overs format

Aside from retaining their number one Test team ranking after beating Australia 1-0 in their recently concluded three-Test series, South Africa have also found two players, who are set to become regulars in the side for future series.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Leaked dossier reveals Australia’s tactics for South Africa Test series

Australia’s plan to use verbal aggression against Amla is set to cause the biggest stir

According to Australia’s game plan dossier, which was published in News Ltd newspapers, they are looking to unsettle South Africa batsman Hashim Amla with verbal and “psychological” warfare.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: Modest Dale Steyn refuses to deem himself as the best pace bowler in international cricket today

Steyn always believes there is someone better than him

South Africa’s pace demon Dale Steyn has been terrorising batsmen for years now, but he still refuses to deem himself as the best pace bowler in international cricket today.

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