He will make the pace attack stronger, Wasim on 140 kph Pakistan fast bowler who is still very young

Mohammad Wasim said Mohammad Wasim Junior will make the Pakistan pace attack stronger

Mohammad Wasim: “Wasim will bolster the fast bowling unit, which comprises Haris Rauf, Hasan Ali, Mohammad Hasnain and Shaheen Shah Afridi”

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Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim said fast bowler Mohammad Wasim Junior will make the pace attack stronger.

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He will strengthen the fast bowling department, Wasim on Pakistan youngster who many people have high hopes for

Mohammad Wasim said Shahnawaz Dhani will strengthen Pakistan's fast bowling department

Mohammad Wasim: “Shahnawaz Dhani has been added in the Test squad in order to strengthen the fast bowling department”

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Pakistan chief selector Mohammad Wasim said Shahnawaz Dhani was picked in the Test squad for the tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe as he will strengthen the fast bowling department.

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A world-class pace attack, Pakistan opener admits New Zealand bowlers are serious threat

Pakistan opener Shan Masood admitted that New Zealand have a world-class pace attack

Pakistan opener Shan Masood: “These pitches here will offer bounce and lateral movement and obviously New Zealand have a world-class fast bowling attack”

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Pakistan opener Shan Masood admitted that New Zealand’s pace attack will pose a serious threat in the upcoming T20 and Test series as they are “world-class”.

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Rumman Raees picks four Pakistan players that have impressed him

Rumman Raees impressed with Shaheen Shah Afridi, Naseem Shah, Haris Rauf and Mohammad Hasnain

Rumman Raees: “We are currently blessed with a new and excellent pace attack which consists of names like Shaheen Shah Afridi, Naseem Shah, Mohammad Hasnain and Haris Rauf”

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Pakistan seamer Rumman Raees revealed that he is highly impressed with the pace quartet of Shaheen Shah Afridi, Naseem Shah, Mohammad Hasnain and Haris Rauf.

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Pakistan star Shaheen Shah Afridi – a handy batsman in the making?

Shaheen Shah Afridi eager to become a handy batsman for Pakistan

Shaheen Shah Afridi: “I am trying to improve my batting as well since as a team player I need to contribute in all departments”

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Shaheen Shah Afridi may only be 20 years old, but he has already established himself as the spearhead of Pakistan’s pace attack in all three formats.

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Waqar Younis makes extremely bold claim about Pakistan’s pace attack ahead of England series

Waqar Younis made a bold claim about Pakistan's pace attack ahead of the England series cricket

Waqar Younis: “It is workable. It did work. I feel it can be done”

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Pakistan bowling coach Waqar Younis firmly believes that the pace attack will be able to excel in England even though the use of saliva has been banned due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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Jaffar reveals what Pakistan’s seamers need to do to ‘survive in this tournament’

Saleem Jaffar admits Pakistan's seamers need to use different variations in order to survive in the World Cup Pakistan cricket

Saleem Jaffar: “The pacers needs to make use of variation in their bowling to survive in this tournament”

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Former Pakistan left-arm seamer Saleem Jaffar has revealed that the national team’s pace attack need to have different variations in order to “survive” in the World Cup.

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Akram reveals what Pakistan need to be concerned about in their World Cup clash with Australia

Wasim Akram reveals Pakistan need to be concerned about Australia's pace attack World Cup cricket

Wasim Akram: “I have said it before the tournament as well that they have a complete fast bowling attack – not medium pacers”

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Legendary Pakistan left-arm seamer Wasim Akram has admitted that the national team need to be concerned about Australia’s pace attack ahead of their World Cup clash on Wednesday.

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