Authorities should not take T20 World Cup decision in haste: Misbah ul Haq
By: PTI | Karachi |

Published: May 24, 2020 10:24:55 pm


misbah arthur Misbah ul Haq stated the authorities should deliberate at size earlier than suspending the T20 World Cup. (File Photo/AP)

The authorities should not postpone the T20 World Cup in haste because the showpiece occasion is one of the best product to focus on cricket as soon as actions resume, Pakistan head coach and chief selector, Misbah-ul-Haq has stated.

Misbah stated although logistics is a big problem as a result of prevailing circumstances, the authorities should deliberate sufficient earlier than arriving at a decision.

“The logistics of hosting 16 teams is not easy but the authorities should give it time and wait for a month or more before taking any decision,” Misbah stated in an interview to Youtube channel, Cricket Baaz.

“Everyone wants to see the T20 World Cup. It would be the best product to highlight cricket once activities resume internationally,” he stated.

Misbah additionally stated that their upcoming tour to England will not be straightforward for both the gamers, coaches or anybody as circumstances are not excellent for cricket.

“But there’s a feeling of despair proper now everywhere in the world due to this Covid-19 drawback and with sports activities suspended there is no such thing as a leisure. People need to transfer on so I feel we should give it a strive,” he stated.

Pakistan and England Boards have mentioned a tour by the inexperienced shirts from July to play three Tests and three T20 matches in bio-security surroundings.

“The concept is to first have one to 1 coaching then improve the variety of gamers to teams. We have to get collectively and practice to be ready for a comeback to cricket.

“It is not going to be easy also getting used to new rules like not applying saliva sweat to shine the ball. I am hoping a three-week camp in Pakistan and then more practice in quarantine in England should get the players prepared.”

The Pakistan coach had little question the gamers will face difficulties adjusting to the brand new legal guidelines and bio-security surroundings.

“We will be taking a group of 25 to 27 players to England because we can”t ask for replacements and all of us need to be collectively from begin to finish in order that nobody catches the virus.”

He confirmed that former captain, Sarfaraz Ahmed could be the second wicketkeeper in the touring squad after Rizwan.

“Yes it makes sense to take two keepers on this tour because where will we find a replacement in those conditions. Sarfaraz is obviously our choice,” he stated.

The Pakistan head coach to a query insisted he had no private motive in seeing Sarfaraz ousted as captain and participant from all three codecs.

“I felt that as time progressed Sarfaraz was feeling extra strain extra so due to his personal type which was struggling. It was a decision to present him a break in order that he may relaxation and make a robust comeback.

“I am happy to see that he has worked very hard on his fitness and game. He is very much in our plans.”

Misbah additionally insisted that tempo bowlers Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Aamir”s exclusion from central contracts had nothing to do with their decision to stop crimson ball cricket.

“They had been not given contracts as a result of the board has determined to scale back the variety of gamers given contracts to make it extra aggressive and we felt that we would have liked to present some incentive to the youthful gamers.

“The two are very much in our plans until the 2023 World Cup. They are still playing white ball cricket and don”t overlook they’re two T20 World occasions earlier than 2023. They determine in our plans and can play when required.”

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