may have gone for Shaid Nazir of Rao but still a very solid 14.
What's interesting is that if Inzamam is found guilty, will he be allowed to be replaced within the squad or will Pakistan have to manage a squad of only 13 players?
I'd say the exclusion of Kaneria is interesting, if not surprising.
Malik, Hafeez, Younis, Yousuf, Inzamam, Afridi, Akmal, Razzaq, Rana, Akhtar, Asif
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Interesting point.Originally Posted by James
If he's not in the squad, does that count towards him missing games in a ban?
I remember in the UEFA Cup Newcastle got hit hard by that a couple of years back.
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I remember some PCB officials raising this point in the press. They were supposedly going to ask the ICC. Don't know if they got that answer.Originally Posted by James
He has 12 wickets in 16 ODIs at an average of almost 50...Originally Posted by adharcric
Sreesanth said, "Next ball he was beaten and I said, 'is this the King Charles Lara? Who is this impostor, moving around nervously? I should have kept my mouth shut for the next ball - mind you, it was a length ball - Lara just pulled it over the church beyond the boundary! He is a true legend."
You usually take a specialist spinner to India, especially one of Kaneria's quality. Munaf's average is trash but he's a one-day regular because everyone knows about his ability and potential. The reason I only called the move "interesting" is because Pakistan have 3 solid part-time spinners in Afridi, Malik and Hafeez. The other reason is because of the statistic you showed above. This 14-man restriction is really screwing a lot of teams over. First Sreesanth, now Kaneria. Of all people, Rikki Clarke survived.Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
The squad looks good overall, but I would have taken Yasir Hameed over Mohammad Hafeez.
Why? Hafeez looks like our most solid player at the top of the order.Originally Posted by shortpitched713
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other surprising thing is the selection of iftkhar anjum. don't u guys think pakistan has giving him alot of chances? he have had enough chancess and hasn't prove himself yet.
here is anjum's oneday bowling
ODIs 19 888 675 13 2/13 2/13 51.92
instead it would have been good if they would have given mohmmad sami another chance. he is a much winning bowler. he is out of form it is right and he is trying to come back he had a fairly good test series in England.
and also they should have call saqlin mushtaq as spacial spiner for the icc trophy much better than danish kunaria. kunaria is a test bowler not one day.
No,Younis is the most solid player at the topOriginally Posted by Armadillo
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