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Writing for Sky Sports, Saj profiles a battle-hardened Sarfaraz Ahmed who now has the chance to prove he can rise to the challenge of captaining Pakistan in all formats. 

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Writing for Sky Sports, Saj profiles a battle-hardened Sarfaraz Ahmed who now has the chance to prove he can rise to the challenge of captaining Pakistan in all formats. 

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Many thanks to an esteemed member of our forums for this excellent write-up previewing the upcoming two-match Test series between England and Pakistan.

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Many thanks to an esteemed member of our forums for this excellent write-up previewing the upcoming two-match Test series between England and Pakistan.

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Pakistan survived an almighty scare to beat Test debutants Ireland by five wickets - so how will they fare against England this week? Saj (writing for Sky Sports) casts his eye over the tourists' squad.

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Pakistan survived an almighty scare to beat Test debutants Ireland by five wickets - so how will they fare against England this week? Saj (writing for Sky Sports) casts his eye over the tourists' squad.

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Frustrated at not winning back his Test place, Salman Butt tells Saj Sadiq (for Sky Sports) why inexperience could cost Pakistan dear in the upcoming Test series against England. 

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Frustrated at not winning back his Test place, Salman Butt tells Saj Sadiq (for Sky Sports) why inexperience could cost Pakistan dear in the upcoming Test series against England. 

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Here we take a look at Pakistan’s 16-member squad for the upcoming tour of England.

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With an unenviable recent Test record, Sarfaraz Ahmed’s team arrived a few weeks ago on the shores of the United Kingdom to take part in a total of three Test matches on their tour of Ireland and England.

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Former captain of Pakistan Asif Iqbal was known in his time as the 'man of crisis' for his ability to stand firm and lead his side out of impossible situations. He last played for Pakistan in 1980 and retired with an admirable record of 3575 runs in 58 Tests, scored against some of the top bowling attacks of his era. In an exclusive interview with PakPassion.net, Asif Iqbal spoke about how impressed he was with the spirit of camaraderie in the Pakistan Test squad, Azhar Ali and Asad Shafiq's importance to Pakistan's batting, Shadab Khan's suitability for Test cricket and why he feels that the inexperienced Pakistan team can give a good account of themselves against England in the upcoming Test series.

 

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