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In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Yasir Arafat writes about his concerns at the appointments of Misbah-ul-Haq as Head Coach-Chief Selector and Waqar Younis as Bowling Coach, applauds Azhar Ali’s elevation to Test captain and explains why Sarfaraz Ahmed has been hard done by after his removal from the position of T20I captaincy.

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In his latest blog on PakPassion.net Fazeer Mohammed writes about why the world should listen to the positive comments about restoration of international cricket in Pakistan by Michael Holding, examines the reasons why likes of Jofra Archer and Miguel Cummins have chosen to leave West Indies cricket and looks forward to positive outcomes from the appointment of Phil Simmons as Head Coach of the West Indies.

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In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Aamir Sohail writes about the failed comebacks for Umar Akmal and Ahmed Shehzad and Pakistan’s disappointing loss in the T20I series against Sri Lanka, offers a strong critique on PCB’s choice of Misbah-ul-Haq as Head Coach and Chief Selector and wonders why Sarfaraz Ahmed was allowed to continue as captain with such a defensive mindset.

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Many thanks to Markhor for his review of the recently concluded T20I series between Pakistan and Sri Lanka which proved to be a historic one in more ways than one and should be an eye opener for the PCB.

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Many thanks to Markhor for his review of the recently concluded T20I series between Pakistan and Sri Lanka which proved to be a historic one in more ways than one and should be an eye opener for the PCB.

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Pakistan's ODI series against Sri Lanka marked two important events for Pakistan cricket: ODI cricket returning to Karachi after a 10-year hiatus and the commencement of the Misbah-ul-Haq era (again, but as a Head Coach-cum-Chief Selector this time). Yet, in typical Misbah fashion, Pakistan opted for a full strength side against a weakened Sri Lankan team and finished the series with two comfortable wins under their belts.

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Pakistan's ODI series against Sri Lanka marked two important events for Pakistan cricket: ODI cricket returning to Karachi after a 10-year hiatus and the commencement of the Misbah-ul-Haq era (again, but as a Head Coach-cum-Chief Selector this time). Yet, in typical Misbah fashion, Pakistan opted for a full strength side against a weakened Sri Lankan team and finished the series with two comfortable wins under their belts.

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It was never going to be easy but the road to normalcy as far as the restoration of international cricket in Pakistan is concerned is one that is proving to be one filled with many hurdles.

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It was never going to be easy but the road to normalcy as far as the restoration of international cricket in Pakistan is concerned is one that is proving to be one filled with many hurdles.

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