PCB ignores Haris Sohail despite Babar Azam’s wish

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PCB ignores Haris Sohail despite Babar Azam's wish

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Pakistan’s left-handed cricketer Haris Sohail has been seen nowhere round as he lastly represented the nation versus New Zealand in a Test match at Christchurch, courting from 3-6 January. The studies state that the participant has been ignored by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) despite skipper Babar Azam’s wish to get him on the panel.

The PCB named a 60-player listing who’ve been invited for conditioning camp on the National High-Performance Center (NHPC) in two teams. However, Haris, the middle-order batter will not be a part of the camp.

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The first group of 27 cricketers will attend the camp from 15-25 May, whereas the second group comprising 34 cricketers will take part within the camp from 26 May to 10 June. Players that includes within the English County Championship have been exempted from these camps.

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It has been heard that the captain has been pondering over the concepts to settle middle-order points in ODIs and he acknowledged that Haris could be a nice repair for the woes. However, if the studies are true, Babar’s selection has been uncared for, which has additionally left Sohail shocked over the maltreatment from the board.

As far as ODIs and T20I are involved, Haris was final seen within the codecs versus Zimbabwe at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium in October 2020, and versus Australia at Perth Ground in November 2019 respectively.

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Despite the truth that he has been sidelined from the present plans, the followers want to see him bounce again within the worldwide circuit, paving his method for the upcoming 50-over World Cup in India.

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