Pakistan domestic season 2019 (News & Highlights)

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    Pakistan’s star batsman Babar Azam will lead a strong Central Punjab outfit in the 2019-20 domestic season that gets underway with the prestigious Quaid-e-Azam Trophy’s first round from September 14. Central will take on Southern Punjab in the Punjab Derby from Saturday in their season opener at the Gaddafi Stadium Lahore.

    Babar who has become the linchpin of Pakistan’s batting across the three formats has been in a rich vein of form and peaked at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, which saw him make the most runs for a Pakistan batsman, in a single World Cup edition, in what was his maiden ICC Cricket World Cup.

    “I am very happy to be captaining the side with so many senior players around. The experienced players will be there to help me out and I would seek their advice as and when needed,” said Azam. “I am also looking forward to the new Quaid-e-Azam format. It should be good season of cricket.”

    The right-handed top-order batsman, regarded as one of the most elegant stroke-makers in the game at present, amassed 474 runs at 67.71 with the help of one century and three half-centuries.

    Babar who at present is the first pick among batsmen for Pakistan in all three formats has already scored 5695 international runs in a four-year career span.

    Babar will look to further raise his stakes in the longer formats by posting some big runs in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy in a bid to improve his at present 37 run first-class average from 53 appearances, including 21 Test appearances.

    As a captain, Babar will have at his disposal a star-studded batting line-up which has the capability of excelling in all three formats. Domestic and international cricket’s seasoned campaigners Azhar Ali, Kamran Akmal, Umar Akmal and Salman Butt will add experience and depth in Central Punjab’s batting. Test batsman Usman Sallahuddin and Pakistan international Saad Naseem provide further strength to the batting department.

    Azhar, a veteran of 73 Tests, has scored a total of 11581 first-class runs with the aid of 35 centuries in a career spanning 19 years.

    Wicketkeeper batsman Kamran has enjoyed a rich vein of form in domestic cricket in recent years. He is one of the nine batsmen to have scored 1000-plus runs in single edition of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy tournament having achieved the feat in the 2016-17 season when he scored 1035 runs at 79.61.

    Another Pakistan Test batsman in Central Punjab’s ranks is Vice-captain Ahmed Shehzad, who has also been a consistent performer at the domestic level. The right-handed opener has 5041 runs in 72 first-class appearances. As opener, Ahmed will have the experience of former Pakistan captain Salman Butt who is likely to open with him. Salman, the left-handed opening-batsman, has scored 8020 runs in his 121-match first-class career and has 22 centuries to his name.

    Central Punjab also boasts a potent bowling attack. Rising fast-bowler Naseem Shah will provide pace and hostility along with the experienced duo of Pakistan internationals Ehsan Adil and Waqas Maqsood. Ehsan has so far collected 218 first-class wickets in a 54-match career, while, left-armer Waqas has taken 230 wickets in his 57-match first-class career.

    All-rounder Faheem Ashraf will look to chip-in with some big performances in a bid to regain his place in the national side. Faheem who has represented Pakistan in four Tests has appeared in a total of 40 first-class matches, scoring 1478 runs and snaring 117 wickets.

    Test off-spinner Bilal Asif who took six wickets on debut against Australia last year will lead the spin attack with international left-armer Zafar Gohar for company.

    Azam is excited about the opportunity of captaining a richly experienced squad especially with the depth in the batting department.

    “I am looking forward to the tournament and captaining the side. It is a huge honour to captain such a star-studded team. Our batting will be our big strength since we have some real experience and class in our ranks and we bat deep till number seven, eight. Salman Butt, Kamran Akmal, Azhar Ali, Ahmed Shehzad and Umar Akmal are all proven performers,” he said.

    Speaking about the team’s bowling, he said: “In the bowling department we would be relying on Ehsan Adil to spearhead the attack. We also have Faheem Ashraf, who will also be a valuable asset for us. Our spin attack will be led by Bilal Asif, which gives the attack a potent look.

    Central Punjab Second XI

    The Central Punjab side which compete in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Second XI tournament is led by left-handed middle-order batsman Ali Waqas. The Sargodha-born has scored 4471 runs in 84 first-class matches at 35.48.

    The team will have a mentor in Aizaz Cheema, who has taken 556 wickets in 134 first-class matches — of which seven were Tests. His epic last over in the 2012 ACC Asia Cup helped Pakistan to the tournament victory as the right-arm medium-fast bowler defended nine runs against the hosts Bangladesh. The 40-year-old featured for Pakistan in 14 ODIs and five T20Is.

    Young left-hander Ali Zaryab who appeared in the ICC U19 World Cup held last year in New Zealand will be aiming to make a big impression, Abdullah Shafiq is another youngster who has the opportunity of making his presence felt in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Second XI.

    Promising leg-spinner Suleman Shafqat is another exciting prospect. Suleman has also represented Pakistan U19 and will be aiming to make big strides in the 2019-20 domestic season starting with the three-day event.

    Central Punjab second XI take on Southern Punjab second XI in their opening match from 14 September which will be played at the Iqbal Stadium Faisalabad.

    https://cricketpakistan.com.pk/en/news/detail/babar-optimistic-ahead-of-new-domestic-season
     
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    Sarfaraz backs Sindh’s solid batting line-up

    Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed will lead a strong Sindh squad in the Quaid-e-Azam (QeA) Trophy first-class tournament that begins on Saturday, September 14 at three venues in the country. Sindh take on Balochistan at Karachi’s UBL Sports Complex in their opening fixture.

    Sindh possess real strength in their batting line-up which includes some domestic cricket stalwarts in Abid Ali, Fawad Alam and Khurram Manzoor besides the seasoned Pakistan Test batsman Asad Shafiq who is also Sarfaraz’s deputy. Left-arm batsman Saad Ali, who made his ODI debut against Australia earlier in the year, is another accomplished batsman.

    Saad scored a match winning double century for State Bank in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Grade II tournament a few days after his ODI debut.

    Sindh’s opening pair is likely to be Khurram Manzoor and the Lahore-born Abid. In 102 first-class appearances, the 31-year-old Abid has scored 6700 runs at 38.28, the tally includes 17 centuries. Abid scored a century on his debut ODI against Australia in Dubai, becoming only the third Pakistan opener to achieve the feat.

    Khurram, who has represented Pakistan in 16 Tests, has scored 10166 runs in 162 first-class matches with 26 centuries to his name. Sindh possess one of the strongest middle-orders in the tournament with Asad, Fawad and Saad backed up by Sarfaraz himself in his role of wicketkeeper-batsman.

    Asad has featured in 69 Tests for Pakistan scoring 4323 runs at 38.94, he has an abundance of experience in first-class cricket with a total of 138 matches, 8638 runs with 22 centuries.

    Sindh’s batting is likely to revolve around left-handed Fawad Alam who boasts a 56.08 average from 155 first-class matches in which he has scored 11441 runs with 30 centuries. Fawad scored a century on his Test debut against Sri Lanka in 2009.

    Sarfaraz will also be a real force with the bat in the lower-order. Youngsters Saud Shakeel, Ramiz Aziz, Omair Bin Yousuf and Shehzar Mohammad will provide the batting backup to Sindh.

    Sindh’s fast bowling will be spearheaded by young pace sensation Mohammad Hasnain who has so far appeared in five ODIs and a solitary T20I for Pakistan. Hasnain, who can bowl in the 150kph range, is set to be Sarfaraz’s trump card along with seasoned bowlers Sohail Khan and Tabish Khan.

    In 100 first-class games, the right-arm pacer Sohail has taken 449 wickets, while Tabish has been one of the major first-class performers over the last decade. The 34-year-old has a tally of 543 wickets in 118 matches with the help of 36 five-wicket hauls.

    Left-armer Mir Hamza who made his Test debut against Australia last year adds further variety to the pace attack, Sindh also have two competent spinners in left-armer Kashif Bhatti and off-spinner Waleed Ahmed.

    Pakistan all-rounder Anwar Ali is also a part of the squad and Sindh would be banking on the 31-year-old with 100 first-class appearances to lend stability to the eleven.

    Sarfaraz is happy with the balance of his squad and feels Sindh have the talent, skill and experience to with the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2019-20.

    “It is a balanced squad with some very seasoned players. The first priority would be to make the team gel together. We have some experienced bowlers backed by Mohammad Hasnain, who has the ability to bowl with sustained pace which will be very useful in four-day cricket and it will be an ideal learning curve for him,” he said.

    Speaking about the team’s batting, he said: “We have a very solid batting line-up with Khurram Manzoor, Abid Ali, Saad Ali, Asad Shafiq, Saud Shakeel and Fawad Alam, while Omair Bin Yousuf is also a very promising player. Shehzar did very well last year.”

    “We will take every game as it comes, obviously start is very important and a good start will help us gain some momentum,” he added.

    Sindh Second XI

    The Sindh Cricket Association’s Second XI side will be led and mentored by Mohammad Sami. It includes international cricketers Rameez Raja junior and Rumman Raees, whose availability is subject to fitness.

    Sami, who featured in 36 Tests, 87 ODIs and 13 T20Is for Pakistan, possesses abundance of first-class experience. He has 179 matches to his name in which the 38-year-old has taken 610 wickets at 27.35.

    Sami will have the promising left-armer Ghulam Muddasar and the experienced right-armer Adeel Malik as his fast-bowling partners.

    Youngsters Ammad Alam, Ahsan Ali, Danish Aziz and Jahid Ali will be the batting mainstays along with Rameez.

    Sindh take on Balochistan in their tournament opener from September 14 at the NBP Stadium in Karachi.

    https://cricketpakistan.com.pk/en/news/detail/sarfaraz-backs-sindhs-solid-batting-line-up
     
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    According to PCB’s newly enforced domestic structure, each region has two sides named First XI and Second XI. There are two separate tournaments for both teams respectively.

    Squads
    Balochistan:
    First XI: Imran Farhat (vice-captain) (Lahore), Abu Bakar (Faisalabad), Ali Shafiq (Sialkot), Ammad Butt (Sialkot), Asif Zakir (Karachi), Azeem Ghumman (Hyderabad), Bismillah Khan (wicket-keeper) (Quetta), Hussain Talat (Lahore), Imran Butt (Lahore), Khurram Shehzad (Faisalabad), Mohammad Asghar (Quetta), Shahbaz Khan (Quetta), Shahzaib Ahmed Khan (Karachi), Taimur Khan (Quetta), Taj Wali (Peshawar), Umar Gul (Abbottabad).

    PCB contracted players: Haris Sohail (captain) (Sialkot), Imam-ul-Haq (Lahore), Yasir Shah (Swabi).

    Officials: Altaf Jaffery (Manager), Arshad Khan (head coach), Shoaib Khan (assistant coach).

    Second XI: Akbar-ur-Rehman (captain) (Karachi), Akhtar Shah (Quetta), Atif Jabbar (Sialkot), Awais Zia (Rawalpindi), Dawood Khan (Quetta), Fahad Iqbal (Karachi), Gohar Faiz (Quetta), Gulraiz Sadaf (wicket-keeper) (Multan), Haseeb Azam (Rawalpindi), Jalat Khan (Quetta), Mohammad Junaid (Quetta), Nazar Hussain (Quetta), Rameez Raja (Quetta), Shehzad Tareen (Quetta), Taimur Ali (Quetta) and Usama Razzaq (Quetta).

    Officials: Raj Hans (manager cum head coach), Aslam Sheikh (assistant coach).

    White ball specialists: Akif Javed (Kohat), Ibtisam Sheikh (Hyderabad) and Mohammad Talha (Faisalabad).

    Central Punjab:
    First XI: Ahmed Shehzad (vice-captain) (Lahore), Ahmed Bashir (Lahore), Ali Shan (Faisalabad), Bilal Asif (Sialkot), Ehsan Adil (Faisalabad), Fahim Ashraf (Faisalabad), Kamran Akmal (wicket-keeper) (Lahore), Mohammad Saad (Lahore), Nasim Shah (Lahore), Rizwan Hussain (Lahore), Saad Naseem (Lahore), Salman Butt (Lahore), Umar Akmal (Lahore), Usman Salahuddin (Lahore), Waqas Maqsood (Faisalabad) and Zafar Gohar (Lahore).

    PCB contracted players: Babar Azam (captain) (Lahore), Azhar Ali (Lahore) and Hassan Ali (Lahore).

    Officials: Khalid Niazi (manager), Ijaz Ahmed Jr (head coach), Samiullah Khan Niazi (assistant coach).

    Second XI: Ali Waqas (captain) (Faisalabad), Abdullah Shafiq (Sialkot), Ahmed Safi Abdullah (Faisalabad), Aizaz Cheema (mentor) (Lahore), Ali Zaryab (Lahore), Asad Raza (Faisalabad), Atiq-ur-Rehman (Faisalabad), Ayaz Tasawar (Sialkot), Bilawal Iqbal (Lahore), Farhan Khan (wicket-keeper) (Lahore), Irfan Niazi (Faisalabad), Mohammad Akhlaq (Lahore), Mohammad Ali (Sialkot), Raza Ali Dar (Lahore), Suleman Shafqat (Faisalabad) and Zahid Mansoor (Rawalpindi).

    Officials: Naveed Anjum (manager cum head coach), Akram Raza (assistant coach).

    White ball specialists: Nasir Nawaz (Rawalpindi), Nauman Anwar (Sialkot) and Usman Qadir (subject to availability) (Lahore).

    Southern Punjab:
    First XI: Sami Aslam (vice-captain) (Karachi), Abdul Rehman Muzammil (Multan), Adnan Akmal (wicket-keeper) (Lahore), Amir Yamin (Multan), Bilawal Bhatti (Sialkot), Imran Rafiq (Multan), M Irfan (SLA) (Lahore), M Irfan Sr (LFM) (Multan), Mohammad Hafeez (Lahore), Rahat Ali (Multan), Saif Badar (Sialkot), Sohaib Maqsood (Multan), Umaid Asif (Sialkot), Umar Siddiq (Lahore), Zahid Mehmood (Hyderabad) and Zain Abbas (Multan).

    PCB contracted players: Shan Masood (captain) (Karachi), Mohammad Abbas (Sialkot) and Wahab Riaz (Lahore)

    Officials: Shahid Butt (manager), Abdul Rehman (head coach), Zahoor Elahi (assistant coach).

    Second XI: Naved Yasin (captain) (Multan), Salman Ali Agha (vice-captain) (Lahore), Ali Usman (Bahawalpur), Anas Mustafa (Lahore), Ataullah (Bahawalpur), Maqbool Ahmed (wicket-keeper), (Multan) Mohammad Ali Khan (Multan), Mohammad Basit (Multan), Mohammad Imran (Bahawalpur), Mohammad Irfan Jr (Nankana Sahib), Mohammad Mohsin (Lahore), Mohammad Umair (Bahawalpur), Mukhtar Ahmed (Sialkot), Zeeshan Ashraf (Okara), Zia-ul-Haq (Vehari) and Zulfiqar Babar (mentor) (Multan).

    Officials: Sajjad Akbar (manager cum head coach), Javed Hayat (assistant coach).

    White ball specialists: Ali Khan (Sialkot), Shoaib Malik (Sialkot) and Sadaif Mehdi (Multan).

    Khyber Pakhtunkhwa:
    First XI: Sahibzada Farhan (vice-captain) (Peshawar), Adil Amin (Peshawar), Ashfaq Ahmed (Peshawar), Iftikhar Ahmed (Peshawar), Imran Khan Sr (Peshawar), Irfan Khan (FATA), Israrullah (Peshawar), Junaid Khan (Abbottabad), Kamran Ghulam (Abbottabad), Mohammad Ilyas (Peshawar), Musaddiq Ahmed (Peshawar), Nabi Gul (Peshawar), Rehan Afridi (wicket-keeper) (FATA), Sameen Gul (FATA), Umar Khan (FATA) and Zohaib Khan (Peshawar).

    PCB contracted players: Mohammad Rizwan (captain) (Peshawar), Fakhar Zaman (Mardan) and Usman Khan Shinwari (Peshawar).

    Officials: Farrukh Zaman (manager), Kabir Khan (head coach), Wasim Haider (assistant coach).

    Second XI: Khushdil Shah (captain) (FATA), Ahmed Jamal (Abbottabad), Akbar Badshah (Peshawar), Arshad Iqbal (Abbottabad), Asad Afridi (FATA), Asif Afridi (FATA), Atizaz Habib Khan (Abbottabad), Azizullah (Peshawar), Gohar Ali (wicket-keeper) (Peshawar), Irfanullah Shah (FATA), Khalid Usman (Abbottabad), Mehran Ibrahim (Peshawar), Mohsin Khan (Charsadda), Mohammad Naeem (FATA), Sajid Khan (Peshawar) and Samiullah Jr (FATA).

    Officials: Riffatullah Mohmand (manager cum head coach), Sajid Shah (assistant coach).

    White ball specialists: Imran Khan Jr (Peshawar), Mohammad Arif (Abbottabad) and Mohammad Mohsin (Swat).

    Northern:
    First XI: Umar Amin (vice-captain) (Rawalpindi), Afaq Raheem (AJK), Ali Asad (Karachi), Ali Sarfraz (Islamabad), Asif Ali (Faisalabad), Haider Ali (Rawalpindi), Hammad Azam (Rawalpindi), Haris Rauf (Islamabad), Mohammad Nawaz (Rawalpindi), Musa Khan (Islamabad), Nauman Ali (Hyderabad), Rohail Nazir (wicket-keeper) (Islamabad), Sadaf Hussain (Rawalpindi), Sohail Tanvir (Rawalpindi), Umar Waheed (Rawalpindi) and Waqas Ahmed (Sialkot).

    PCB contracted players: Imad Wasim (captain) (Islamabad), Shadab Khan (Rawalpindi) and Shaheen Shah (FATA).

    Officials: Shakeel Ahmed (manager), Mohammad Wasim (head coach), Manzoor Elahi (assistant coach).

    Second XI: Faizan Riaz (captain) (Islamabad), Ali Imran (Islamabad), Hasan Raza (AJK), Jamal Anwar (wicket-keeper) (Rawalpindi), Naved Malik (Rawalpindi), Raza Hasan (Sialkot), Salman Irshad (AJK), Sarmad Bhatti (Islamabad), Shadab Majeed (AJK), Shehzad Azam (Islamabad), Shoaib Ahmed Minhas (Rawalpindi), Tauseeq Shah (Rawalpindi), Umair Khan (Islamabad), Umair Masood (wicket-keeper) (Rawalpindi), Usama Mir (Sialkot) and Zeeshan Malik (Rawalpindi).

    Officials: Tahir Mahmood (manager cum head coach), Saeed Anwar Jr (assistant coach).

    White ball specialists: Mohammad Amir (Rawalpindi), Sohail Akhtar (Abbottabad) and Zaid Alam (Lahore).

    Sindh:
    First XI: Anwar Ali (Karachi), Fawad Alam (Karachi), Hasan Mohsin (Karachi), Kashif Bhatti (Hyderabad), Khurram Manzoor (Karachi), Mir Hamza (Karachi), Mohammad Hasan (wicket-keeper) (Karachi), Mohammad Hasnain (Hyderabad), Omair Bin Yousuf (Karachi), Rameez Aziz (Karachi), Saad Ali (Karachi), Saud Shakeel (Karachi), Shehzar Mohammad (Karachi), Sohail Khan (Karachi), Tabish Khan (Karachi) and Waleed Ahmed (Karachi).

    PCB contracted players: Sarfaraz Ahmad (captain) (Karachi), Asad Shafiq (vice-captain) (Karachi), Abid Ali (Lahore).

    Officials: Rashid Khan (manager), Azam Khan (head coach), Umar Rasheed (assistant coach).

    Second XI: Mohammad Sami (captain and mentor) (Karachi), Rameez Raja Jr (vice-captain) (Karachi), Adeel Malik (Karachi), Ahsan Ali (Karachi), Ammad Alam (Karachi), Ashiq Ali (Karachi), Ashir Qureshi (Karachi), Danish Aziz (Karachi), Ghulam Muddasar (Karachi), Hassan Khan (Karachi), Jahid Ali (Karachi), Mohammad Suleman (Hyderabad), Mohammad Waqas (Hyderabad), Rumman Raees (Karachi), Saad Khan (Hyderabad) and Saifullah Bangash (wicket-keeper) (Karachi).

    Officials: Tauseef Ahmed (manager cum head coach), Shaukat Mirza (assistant coach).

    White ball specialists: Abrar Ahmed (Karachi), Ahsan Jamil Mirza (Karachi), Shahnawaz Dahani (Larkana).


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    Yeh looking forward to it.
     
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    One match from each round will be live streamed. This is for First Class.

    Nice one. I'm not an artistic or creative person which is why maybe I don't see anything wrong with the logos but others may. It doesn't really matter tbh. The previous logos for regions were ugly.

    The PCB has gotten a lot of criticism but I'm happy with this new system. Even in the Pakistan cup you will have seen atrocious fielding so when you dilute that to 16 teams imagine how poor the standards were. We needed to use the kookaburra ball because lots of batsman in domestic don't know how to make big centuries. In domestic if you make 75 it's a huge achievement. In UAE you can still lose if you make 400 in the first innings.
     
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    Batting day everyone.

    A total of 10 wickets lost across the 3 games.
     
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    PCB upping it’s game. Live coverage on Youtube

     
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    Most of the trundlers have been exposed.

    That's a good sign. The team management's will be forced to play more adaptive bowlers. You can't concede the best part of 500 every game.

    Hoping young Haider Ali converts his 50 to a 100.

    In grade two the matches have been slightly more competitive.
     
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    It will take few years to new system to mature (if it lasts for few year), after that hopefully we will start seeing the good players to come forward.
     
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    Haider made 99. So close to a century.

    I think Northern and Balochistan will be the weaker teams in the competition but Northern should utilise their bowling strength. Haris Rauf and Waqas Ahmed who have more pace and will be able to influence the game more as compared to trundlers Tanvir and Sadaf. Also the second 11 has some good batsmen who should be playing first class.

    Balochistan though may struggle because they have no express pacer. Their only option is to back spin. Batting is weak and heavily reliant on players past their best.
     
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    Completely agree. The PCB needs to pump more money into domestic cricket to keep the players quiet. Department cricketers are in loss although region players gain advantage. Tbe PCB need to sign up sponsors. PTV as national broadcaster need to also up their game as the matches need to be shown on TV ideally.

    With Imran Khan as PM I don't see the system changing.

    Imran Khan is big on this 6 team structure. Maybe if Pakistani was a top ranked team in all formats he might have reconsidered his decision but when your team gets slapped up home and away it's a cause of concern. Those who defend the old system should stop talking about jobs and actually explain how the old system was helping our national team in performance.

    Yes it was helping players financially but it wasn't producing players. It was just a charity for them people who don't work hard. It's not a system of merit. No one has the right to play first class cricket. It's a performance based sport. If you average 20 how can you justify a position in First Class?? You are just degrading the quality. This is why going to the courts won't be so successful for them players who have missed out.

    A player who debuted after 2010 in first class and then debuted for Pakistan has not won any man of the match award for Pakistan in Test cricket.
     
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    Babar out early again. He really needs to learn how to play the longer format of the game.

    Fed up of him.
     
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    How do you find time to follow these matches man
     
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    I was doing my Maths corrections so decided to watch a bit.
     
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    thanks for this thread @Del I really have been enjoying the Live streams, the quality of the cameras and angles have improved so much. Makes me really happy!

    @s_h_a_f @Ahson8 @Red Devil @maddgenius you guys watching the action ?
     
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    When I’ve had the chance to
     
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    I reckon overall its an upgrade. I haven't followed Pakistan's domestic before, however, I like so far what I have seen - a balance in between bat a ball.

    Only thing which I noticed and dont like is that why boundary is so small?

    Also, its very good to see that head coach and bowling coach are watching these games and players live on the ground.
     
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    Is Mohammed Asif in any of these teams?
     
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    Lol no.

    Why, do you think he should be playing?
     
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    Why not? If other fixers can, why not him?
     
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    Yeh they could have given him a mentor role in the second 11.
     
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    Wow the highlights look amazing. Good job PCB. Will be fun following the domestic cricket
     
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    Really impressed what I've just saw of Musa. Was getting destroyed in his first over but kept the ball full and got the edge and wicket of Salman Butt. If it was someone else he would have tried to get out of the over without further damage.
     

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