New Delhi: The Pakistan cricket team will tour Australia for a 3 match test series. The whole face of the Pakistan team has changed for this series. In this series, not Babar Azam but Shan Masood will lead the team. Not only this, the Pakistan Cricket Board also announced the management of 17 members of the team. That means 17 members will assist the team. However, everyone knows that this PCB move is stupid. 17-member team management for the 18-member team, the fans ridiculed this action of the Pakistan Board. Let us know who are those 17 members who are involved in the management of the Pakistan team in the tour of Australia.
Managing the Pakistan team for the tour of Australia
Mohammad Hafeez- Director
Simon Grant Helmot- High Performance Coach
Adam Holyoak- Batting Coach
Shahid Aslam- Assistant Batting Coach
Umar Gul- Fast bowling coach
Saeed Ajmal- Spin bowling coach
Abdul Majeed- Fielding Coach
Drikus Simon- Strength and Conditioning Coach
Cliff Deacon- Physio
Navid Akram Cheema- Team Manager
Mansoor Rana- Assistant Team Manager
Talha Ijaz- Team Enlist
Sohail Saleem- Team Doctor
Malang Ali- Team Masseur
Akhtar Hussain- Security Manager
Raza Rashid- Media Manager
Ammar Ehsaan- Videographer
Pakistan team for Australia series
The team is as follows: Shan Masood (captain), Aamir Jamal, Abdullah Shafiq, Abrar Ahmed, Babar Azam, Faheem Ashraf, Hasan Ali, Imam ul Haq, Khurram Shahzad, Mir Hamza, Mohammad Rizwan, Mohammad Wasim Jr., Noman Ali, Saim Ayub, Salman Ali Aga, Sarfaraz Ahmed, Saud Shakeel and Shaheen Shah Afridi.
Team India in the shelter of God, bowed their heads at the temple of Lakshmi Narasimha.
Australia vs Pakistan series schedule
First Test – Australia v Pakistan, 14-18 December, Perth Second Test – Australia v Pakistan, 26-30 December, Melbourne
Third Test – Australia vs Pakistan – 3-7 January, Sydney
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