LAHORE: A 20-member Pakistan U-19 team will explore Bangladesh next month to play a series consisting of a four-day suit and 5 50-over games versus their Bangladesh equivalents that won the ICC U-19 World Mug in South Africa last year.
The captain of the touring group will be introduced in due course of time.
As per the 2022 ICC U-19 World Mug age standards, gamers born upon or after Sept 1, 2002 have actually been selected to the Pakistan squad.
According to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), the excursion has been organized to offer additional direct exposure to the country’s future celebrities adhering to a considerable camp held at the beginning of the year at the National High Performance Centre in Lahore.
“The scenic tour will certainly likewise aid prepare the gamers for following year’s ICC U-19 World Cup in the West Indies,” the PCB said.
Prior to the separation set up for April 12, the team will certainly play 2 50-over method matches besides a three-day suit throughout a 10-day long camp that will run in Lahore from April 2-11.
“The 20-member squad has been selected by the nationwide junior choice committee in examination with the Pakistan U-19 head train,” added the PCB.
Six gamers that were part of the 2020 ICC U-19 World Mug in South Africa have actually been retained in the squad. They include Abdul Wahid Bangalzai, Fahad Munir, Qasim Akram, Mohammad Irfan Niazi, Mohammad Shehzad as well as Tahir Hussain.
The gamers and the members of team management will certainly be tested for Covid-19 before going into the camp, and those returning adverse tests will relocate right into a bio-secure bubble for the group that will certainly be set up in Lahore.
The gamers and also team management will certainly be immunized for Covid-19 on April 8.
Batsmen: Abbas Ali, Abdul Faseeh, Abdul Wahid Bangalzai, Fahad Munir, Maaz Sadaqat, Mohammad Irfan Niazi, Mohammad Shehzad, Qasim Akram, Rizwan Mehmood
Wicket-keepers: Haseebullah, Raza-ul-Mustafa
Spinners: Aaliyan Mehmood, Ali Asfand, Arham Nawab, Faisal Akram
Fast bowlers: Ahmed Khan, Asim Ali, Muneeb Wasif, Tahir Hussain, Zeeshan Zameer
Officials: Ijaz Ahmed (head coach-cum-team manager), Imranullah (trainer), Rao Iftikhar (bowling coach), Mohtashim Rasheed (fielding coach), Hafiz Naeem (physiotherapist), Col Safdar Saeed (security manager), Faisal Rai (analyst), Emmad Ahmed Hameed (media manager).
April 12: Squad leaves for Dhaka
April 19-22: Four-day match, Sylhet
April 26: First 50-over match, Sylhet
April 28: Second 50-over match, Sylhet
April 30: Third 50-over match, Sylhet
May 3: Fourth 50-over match, Dhaka
May 5: Fifth 50-over match, Dhaka.