Waqar says fully fit pace attack critical for Test series against England and Australia
IslamabadL: Pakistan cricket coach Waqar Younis believes that a fully fit pace attack would the key during the Test series against England and Australia this summer.
Waqar told PakPassion.net that once the team returns from the Caribbean after the ICC World T20 Championship, the selectors would review options for the tough English tour, adding that he would like them to pick a few extra fast bowlers in particular to cope with any injury related trouble during the Test series.
He also expressed the hope that both fast bowler Umar Gul and all rounder Yasir Aarafat would get fit on time for the `home` series in England.We need a lot of boys to be playing, we may bring a couple extra. We`ve got a long tour this summer. We have given Umar Gul and Yasir Arafat a rest. We need all those fast bowlers for the English conditions," Waqar said.
When asked about the chances of young fast bowler Mohammed Irfan`s inclusion in the national squad, he said Irfan has got all the ingredients of becoming a world-class pacer.
"He is totally unorthodox, he`s tall, he`s got potential". "I thought he might be good for the World T20 competition but unfortunately he couldn`t get into the side. I believe in the very near future he could get into the side," Waqar said.
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