PAKISTAN NAME SQUAD FOR FIRST TWO NZ TESTS: SHADAB, FAKHAR RESTED; SHAHEEN PICKED

LAHORE: Pakistan on Saturday named a 15-member Squad for the first two Tests against Zealand/' title='New Zealand News'>New Zealand to be played in the United Arab Emirates this month.According to a Pakistan Cricket Board press release, the national selection committee headed by former Test batsman Inzamamul Haq after consultation with captain Sarfraz Ahmed and head coach Mickey Arthur announced the 15 players.The three-match series begins with the first Test in Abu Dhabi from Nov...

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