This should be Pakistan’s line-up for the 1st Test, Inzamam reveals what the team should look like

Inzamam-ul-Haq revealed what Pakistan's team combination should be for the 1st Test against South Africa

Inzamam-ul-Haq: “Pakistan should go with five batsmen and five bowlers in the first Test. Two fast bowlers, two spinners and one all-rounder should be part of the bowling attack”

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Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has said that the line-up for the first Test against South Africa should consist of five batsmen and five bowlers.

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Aaqib Javed makes unbelievably shocking claim about Pakistan’s batting line-up

Aaqib Javed makes extremely shocking claim about Pakistan's batting line-up cricket

Aaqib Javed: “Sometimes they look more mature and seem to have more options in their batting line-up than the Pakistan side”

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Former Pakistan pace bowler Aaqib Javed believes that Bangladesh’s batting line-up is more mature than Pakistan’s at the moment.

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Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe Only Test Day 3: Raza leads Zimbabwe’s fightback after Herath’s four-for

Raza led Zimbabwe’s revival with his unbeaten knock of 97

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Sri Lanka spinner Rangana Herath ripped through Zimbabwe’s batting line-up with a four-wicket haul and left them struggling at 59/5, but Sikandar Raza grabbed the headlines on the third day in Colombo as he scored an unbeaten 97 to help his side’s lead swell to 262 runs.

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Chandimal appointed Test captain, Tharanga to lead Sri Lanka in shorter formats

Chandimal (left) will take over as Test captain, while Tharanga (middle) will lead Sri Lanka in limited overs cricket

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Following Angelo Mathews’ decision to resign as captain in all three formats, Dinesh Chandimal will now lead Sri Lanka in Test matches, while Upul Tharanga will take charge in limited overs cricket.

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England vs South Africa 1st Test Day 4: Moeen takes six as England demolish lacklustre South Africa

Moeen finished with career-best figures of 6-53 off 15 overs

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Moeen Ali scythed through South Africa’s batting line-up with a six-wicket haul to lead England to a comprehensive 211-run win on the fourth day of the first Test at Lord’s.

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