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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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An integral part of the victorious Pakistan ODI squad that lifted the Champions Trophy in 2017, 28-year-old Fakhar Zaman wrote his name in history books with a magnificent 114 in the final of the tournament against India. Since then, he has enjoyed significant success in Pakistan's Limited Over games and has now been selected as part of the Test squad for the tour of Ireland and England. In a recent interview, Fakhar Zaman spoke about his remarkable cricketing progress, his views on working with Mickey Arthur as coach, his message for those who do not consider him a serious fit for Pakistan's Test squad, how Pakistan intend to tackle the threat of James Anderson and Stuart Broad in their home conditions and why he feels his side will give a good account of themselves in the upcoming Test series against Ireland and England.

 

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In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Mohammad Zahid writes about the challenges that lie ahead for Pakistan batsmen in the upcoming Test series against Ireland and England, Fawad Alam's exclusion from the touring squad, how Mickey Arthur has instilled unity into the Pakistan side and why James Anderson's bowling skills at home could make life a misery for the Pakistani batsmen.

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Mohammad Abbas has England's top-order in his sights. As the Pakistan seamer prepares for Leicestershire's first County Championship match, against Sussex, the 28-year-old tells Saj Sadiq (for Sky Sports) how he hopes to forge a successful new-ball partnership in Test cricket with Mohammad Amir this summer.

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Mohammad Abbas has England's top-order in his sights. As the Pakistan seamer prepares for Leicestershire's first County Championship match, against Sussex, the 28-year-old tells Saj Sadiq (for Sky Sports) how he hopes to forge a successful new-ball partnership in Test cricket with Mohammad Amir this summer.

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In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Yasir Arafat writes about the positives to be taken from the tour of Pakistan by an under-strength West Indies side, why the Pakistan Super League (PSL) has proved crucial in improving Pakistan's bench-strength, his views on the recent controversy triggered by Shahid Afridi's comments on social media and his own aspirations to eventually coach a national side.

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He bowled Chris Gayle first ball on his way to becoming the joint-highest wicket-taker in the recent World Cup qualifying tournament. Now Safyaan Sharif tells Saj Sadiq about his dream of playing first-team county cricket and why Scottish cricket is on the up and up…

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In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, Fazeer Mohammed writes about how the recently completed tour of Pakistan by the West Indies was nothing short of a humiliation for the visitors and why the West Indies can consider themselves lucky to have qualified for the 2019 World Cup.

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Writing in his exclusive blog for PakPassion.net, the former Pakistan captain Aamir Sohail expresses his views on the recent ball-tampering scandal, the lessons PCB can learn from Cricket Australia's handling of the crisis, the perils caused by the unusual glorification of the PSL and why PSL performances should not be used as the sole criteria for selection of Pakistan players.

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