Pick me because I’m the answer, 30-year-old Pakistan player thinks he can solve the problem with opening batsmen

Usman Salahuddin said pick him because he is the answer to the problem Pakistan has been having with opening batsmen

Usman Salahuddin: “I’ve given this some thought and I am ready to open in domestic cricket and for Pakistan if required”

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Pakistan batsman Usman Salahuddin believes he can be the answer to the national team’s problem with opening batsmen.

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Two new partners for Abid Ali, Wasim on skilled Pakistan duo selected for South Africa series

Mohammad Wasim said there could be two new partners for Abid Ali in the form of Abdullah Shafique and Imran Butt

Mohammad Wasim: “Shan’s bad form has opened doors for Abid Ali’s new partner, be it either Abdullah Shafique or Imran Butt”

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Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim said Abdullah Shafique and Imran Butt have the chance to become Abid Ali’s new opening partner in the upcoming series against South Africa.

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There’s a good reason why I should open the batting, Pakistan batsman who loves hitting sixes says

Pakistan batsman Haider Ali said there is a good reason why he should be opening the batting

Pakistan batsman Haider Ali: “Opening the batting helped me in that regard as I got ample time to read them before I played my shots freely”

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Pakistan batsman Haider Ali has said that he loves opening the batting as it gives him time to “adjust to the conditions”.

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Pakistan legend Wasim Akram makes insanely bold claim about Afridi and Sehwag

Wasim Akram makes insanely bold claim about Shahid Afridi and Virender Sehwag India Pakistan cricket

Wasim Akram: “In Test cricket, Sehwag came later but in 1999-2000 Shahid Afridi changed the mindset of opening in Test cricket”

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Legendary Pakistan left-arm seamer Wasim Akram has boldly claimed that it was all-rounder Shahid Afridi rather than iconic India opener Virender Sehwag who “changed the mindset of opening in Test cricket”.

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