January 22, 2017

To take part in the U19 Asia Cup are the Pakistan squad, made up of 21 squad members, which includes six officials. The team journeyed from Karachi to Colombo on Tuesday.

The squad is led by Nasir Nawaz, and includes some of the most promkising youngsters of the country, in the revamped national team that was selected, based on the premise that the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) ruling allowed only players eligible to play in the World Cup, to participate in the Asian Cup.

In Pool B sits Pakistan alongside Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Singapore. Their opening match would be played on Thursday at the Galle International Stadium against Singapore. Their next ties will see them go head-on with Afghanistan on Friday whilst they would go face to face on Sunday with Bangladesh.

The semi-finals, two, will be played on December 20 and 21, with the final scheduled to hold on the 23rd of December.

There are a total of eight teams competing in the tournament, including India, Pakistan’s arch-rival and Sri Lanka, the hosts.

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Abdur Razzak not able to make in Bangladesh WC 2015 Squad

January 21, 2015

Abdur Razzak has not been able to make the cut as far as Bangladesh’s final squad for the World Cup is concerned.

Despite having played two World Cups, Razzak was not considered good enough to be picked.

The 32-year old had bowled well representing the Lions in the tournaments of 2007 as well as 2011.

But, the emergence of some good spinners off late prompted the selection committee to overlook the veteran this time around.

Razzak had not done wonders in the last season to make a case for himself. He played a few games, but, was just there and thereabouts.

The youngsters were certainly better than him and thus, it’s a fair call made by the Bangladesh Cricket Board one would believe.

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