Goes for big knocks, Inzamam on Pakistan batsman not satisfied with fifties or sixties

Inzamam-ul-Haq said Fawad Alam goes for the big knocks and isn't satisfied with fiftres or sixties

Inzamam-ul-Haq: “He goes for the big knocks rather than smaller knocks like fifties or sixties. This is a great thing”

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Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq said it’s a “great thing” that Fawad Alam goes for bigger knocks instead of being satisfied with fifties or sixties.

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Conversion rate not good enough, Pakistan batsman admits he has to do better

Pakistan batsman Asad Shafiq admitted that his conversion rate is not good enough

Asad Shafiq: “I have to improve my conversion rate because while playing for Pakistan, I was not able to convert fifties into hundreds for [the] past two years”

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Pakistan batsman Asad Shafiq admitted that his conversion rate is not good enough and added that he must do better going forward.

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Mohammad Yousuf reveals what is ‘not a good sign’ for Pakistan ahead of the 3rd Test

Mohammad Yousuf said the Pakistan batsmen's failure to convert fifties into hundreds is not a good sign cricket

Mohammad Yousuf: “Only Abid Ali and Mohammad Rizwan batted well against England, but they failed to prolong their innings, which is not a good sign”

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Ahead of the third Test against England in Southampton, Mohammad Yousuf has revealed that it is “not a good sign” that the Pakistan batsman can’t convert their fifties into hundreds.

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Ramiz Raja tells Pakistan how to win against England

Ramiz Raja tells Pakistan how to beat England cricket

Ramiz Raja: “Just scoring half-centuries will not be enough. Even if three batsmen score fifties it will not do the job as this will not ensure a win. Anyone scoring a fifty will have to convert that into a hundred. This is very important”

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Former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja has said that the national team will have a much better chance of beating England if their batsmen make triple figure scores.

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