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Hafeez Disappointed with Slow Canberra Pitch

“It was a sluggish wicket that may be essential for Australia’s technique, however we are still completely prepared for the series,” says Hafeez

PERTH: Pakistan’s team director Mohammad Hafeez said that he was frustrated and amazed by the contribute Canberra where the Green Shirts played practice matches in front of the Test series against Australia.

Pakistan played a four-day match against the Australian Top state leader’s XI in Canberra which finished in a draw after the last day was canceled because of terrible climate.

Addressing journalists after Pakistan’s most memorable practice meeting in Perth, Hafeez said: “I was shocked and frustrated at the four-day match surface presented at Canberra. It was a sluggish wicket that may be essential for Australia’s methodology, however we are still completely prepared for the series.”

“This Pakistan Test team is very much settled and they have done well for the country before. It is encouraging to see that these guys are excited to take on difficulties and doing great in Australia will be a main concern,” said the team director.

On the excitement to confront Australia, Hafeez communicated trust in overtaking the host group and said that Pakistan have sufficient ability to do that.

“We have ticked the vast majority of the crates in our preparation. Everybody in the group is eager to grandstand their capacity and anxious to win. Sadly, Abrar Ahmed is unsuitable however every other person is fit and prepared to take on Australia.”

Abrar Ahmed has been managed out of the Perth Test and going through restoration. Abrar is supposed to be fit and accessible for the subsequent Test.

Hafeez likewise discussed Nathan Lyon’s re-visitation of Australia’s Test group.

“Lyon is an extraordinary bowler. He has won Test matches for his group however we by and large play off-turn well and we have scored a ton of goes against him in the last not many series. I trust our players will in all actuality do well against him in this series also.”

Series plan

First Test: December 14-18, Perth

Second Test: December 26-30, Melbourne

Third Test: January 3-7, Sydney

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