Seamers suffer burnout after 1 or 2 years, Pakistan player blames poor fitness and diet

Hasan Ali said Pakistan seamers suffer burnout after one or two years due to poor fitness and diet

Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali: “As a consequence of not working in a professional environment regarding our fitness and diet and conditioning, we suffer burnout after a year or two”

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Pakistan pace bowler Hasan Ali believes that seamers in the country suffer burnout after one or two years due to their poor fitness levels and diets.

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Stop this bad habit, Shoaib Malik has had enough of particular Pakistan trend

Shoaib Malik has had enough of Pakistan's bad habit of dropping players after one or two poor performances

Shoaib Malik: “I normally don’t use harsh words but I’m disappointed to see that players are being judged on one or two matches, be it a youngster or a senior player”

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Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik admitted that he is sick and tired of the trend of dropping players after they don’t perform for one or two matches.

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Bazid makes bold prediction about Sarfraz’s future as Pakistan captain

Bazid Khan thinks Sarfraz Ahmed may only captain Pakistan in one or two formats going forward cricket

Bazid Khan: “I think the selectors might venture into having him lead in one or two formats and getting in another captain for the one-dayers”

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Former Pakistan batsman Bazid Khan believes that Sarfraz Ahmed will no longer captain the country in all three formats following the national team’s failure to reach the World Cup semi-finals.

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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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Sri Lanka to play T20s in Pakistan in September?

Sri Lanka could return to Pakistan for the first time since March 2009

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International cricket could be returning to Pakistan next month after Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) said that they would play at least one Twenty20 International in Lahore, but only if “the logistical and operational plans fall in place”.

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Warner: I’m not in danger of losing the vice-captaincy

“I was always going to come out and be vocal and sticking up for the players”

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Despite being extremely vocal throughout the pay dispute that occurred between Cricket Australia and the Australian Cricketers’ Association (ACA), David Warner is confident that he will not be replaced as vice-captain.

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