OK I'm going to chip in here. Fawad Alam, as everybody should know by now, is NOT late order player. He was brutally exposed by Bangladesh. And you know what? Thats absolutely fine. Why is it fine? Because Fawad never has been a #7, and nobody wanted him selected as a #7. Fawads strengths always has been strike rotation, its what hes best at. He's also shown in the past, that when he plays higher up the order and get settled, he can hit a couple boundaries near the end of an innings. However he never has been, at any level in his career (That i'm aware of) whether it be A team, domestic or whatever, been a guy who comes in and whacks a 20 ball 40. Dont know how anybody expected any good results from playing him so low down. Point is, Mamoon could be 100% correct when he says Fawad has been found out. As for me however, until he fails playing in the position he is best suited for, and has always done well in e.g. #3-#5, I will reserve my judgement on him. Its not fair to write off someone who is always an accumulator based off his performances as a late order hitter. As well as that, like it or not, but at all levels even on the A tour recently, he's shown he can perform well when he plays up the order. Call SL A crap that changes nothing, he's outperformed most people on that tour. Give him a chance playing at a position he's suited for, and if he fails then, by all means discard him. I'd stick with him until he see him play higher up.