Pakistan, Zimbabwe clash in first T20 tomorrow

21 May, 2015 3:15 pm

LAHORE (92 Desk) – Pakistan and Zimbabwe will play their first T20 of the two-match series starting from May 22 at Gaddafi Stadium reviving international cricket in the country six years after the attack on Sri Lankan team.

As per reports, both the teams will be practicing at Qaddafi Stadium under floodlights amid strict security measurements.

Pakistan’s coach Waqar Younis is hopeful of better team performance from the team in the home series against Zimbabwe. “We are hoping for an interesting competition and the team is ready to give tough time to Zimbabwe,” Younis said.

Zimbabwe coach Dav Whatmore said he is aware of weaknesses in Pakistan’s cricket team. “We are ready to take advantage and exploit flaws of Pakistan team,” Whatmore added.


It is after  a hiatus of six years that International cricket has found revival in form of the upcoming series. The guests are being accorded tight security and warm hospitality.

 




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