Shan Masood in, Zaman Benched as Pakistan Announces T20 World Cup Squad 

Shan Masood

PCB Announces WT20 Squad

According to Pakistan Cricket Board Chief Selector Mohammad Wasim, left-handed hitter Shan Masood was included in the team but underwhelming Fakhar Zaman was left out. 

Wasim revealed Pakistan’s 15-man squad during a press conference in Lahore. The team includes Mohammad Wasim junior and pace spearhead Shaheen Shah Afridi, both of whom missed the Asia Cup 2022 due to injury. 

Sarfaraz Ahmed, who was substituted for Mohammad Haris as the reserve wicketkeeper, and Hasan Ali, who was also not named in the squad at all, were significant exclusions among the reserves. Shoaib Malik was another prominent absentee. 

Pakistan’s Squad After Asia Cup Debacle

Khushdil Shah, Iftikhar Ahmed, and Asif Ali made the cut despite not standing out at the Asia Cup. Shahnawaz Dahani, a fast bowler, was nevertheless added to the reserves. 

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Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Haris, a wicketkeeper, and Shahnawaz Dahani are among the travel reserves. 

Australia will host the World Cup from October 16 to November 13. 

T20 International Matches Against England

All players named for the World Cup were included in the lineup for the series, with the exception of Zaman and Afridi, according to the chief selector, who also unveiled the team for the T20 international matches against England. 

Fakhar Zaman, Mohammad Haris, a wicketkeeper, and Shahnawaz Dahani are among the travel reserves. 

Australia will host the World Cup from October 16 to November 13. 

All players named for the World Cup were included in the lineup for the series, with the exception of Zaman and Afridi, according to the chief selector, who also unveiled the team for the T20 international matches against England.

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