IPL: Indian Premier League 2009

Pak-Bangla Series

Written by Commoner on March 27th, 2008   (677 views)

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is trying it’s best to make the One-day International series against Bangladesh more and more attractive. After the refusal of Cricket Australia to come over to Pakistan for the much-awaited series for the utter disappointment of the fans of cricket across the world.

Chief selector Salahuddin Ahmed has got a green signal from the chairman PCB to include the punished Shoaib Akhtar and PCB has asked Mohammad Asif and Umar Gul to make their availability sure. Bangladesh will play five One-day Internationals and a Twenty20 against Pakistan in this series.

Chief Selector is also very angry about Lawson’s statement over Mohammad Yousuf and Shahid Afridi, and he has recommended their inclusion in the team.

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