Only T20I: Pakistan v Australia at Dubai (DSC)

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Hussain Talat

Hussain Talat is a young left handed batsman from Lahore, at the age of 17 he has already scored one century and three fifties in 8 List A matches at an impressive average of 59.16. ...

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Left-handed Sami Aslam has already been marked as a potential future opener for Pakistan. A stellar performance in the recent U19 Asia Cup affirmed these suggestions, as Sami scored an incredible 461 runs in 5 innings, including two centuries against archrivals India, and also forged an excellent opening partnership with Babar Azam....

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Aizaz Cheema

Aizaz Cheema is a right-arm fast bowler who had to wait for his shot at international cricket. It took Aizaz 10 years to break into the Pakistan side, but received the call following a strong Quaid-e-Azam Trophy where he took 57 wickets...

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Umar Gul

Umar Gul is a right arm fast bowler who has been an integral part of the Pakistan national side for over a decade in all three formats....

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Nasir Jamshed

An entertaining left-handed opening batsmen with a likeness to Inzamam-ul-Haq, both in terms of stature and technique. He came through the ranks at Under-15 and Under-19 levels and impressed the selectors with his performances for National Bank, particularly in 2007/08 season where he scored 800 runs in ten Quaid-e-Azam Trophy matches including three centuries. ...

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Bazid Khan

Son of the legendary Majid Khan, Bazid is an orthodox right-handed batsman who has represented Pakistan on six occasions without a great deal of success....

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Batsman Ali was selected for the U19 World Cup after impressing selectors with his technique. He made his debut for the Pakistan U19 side against Zimbabwe in October 2007....

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