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PCB Invites Four Boards for Bilateral ODIs or Tri-Nation Series Before World Cup

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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has sent invitations to Australia, New Zealand, Bangladesh, and South Africa to participate in bilateral One Day Internationals (ODIs) or a tri-nation series before the World Cup. According to sources, the PCB wants the visiting teams to acclimatize with subcontinent’s conditions before the tournament in October. The PCB aims to have its players play three to five ODIs before the World Cup.

Grant Bradburn Aims to Make Pakistan Top-Ranked Side in All Formats

Pakistan’s head coach Grant Bradburn has set his sights on making the team the top-ranked side in all formats, winning the World Cup this year, and competing in the next World Test Championship (WTC) final. Bradburn emphasized the need for improvement in every department and stressed the importance of playing more matches to achieve the targets. He expressed confidence in the PCB’s efforts to arrange more matches, acknowledging that the task lies with them.

Specialised Camp at NCA Provides Great Opportunity for Players to Enhance Skills

The ongoing specialized camp at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) focuses on spinners and provides a great opportunity for players to enhance their skills. Bradburn highlighted the importance of nurturing talented spinners and providing batsmen with the chance to face them. He praised Abid Ali as a good cricketer with a decent Test average and expressed confidence in his potential comeback. Bradburn also said that leg-spinner Yasir Shah is still part of their plans and can make a comeback.

Younis Khan Calls for Dialogue to Resolve Deadlock Over Asia Cup 2023 Venue

Former Pakistan captain Younis Khan has emphasized the need for dialogue to resolve the deadlock surrounding the venue of the Asia Cup 2023. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has refused to send its team to Pakistan for the tournament due to political reasons. Younis highlighted the importance of the Pakistan-India cricket rivalry and advised officials from both countries to engage in meaningful discussions. He said that Pakistan-India matches are highly anticipated and beneficial for cricket as a whole, and it is in everyone’s best interest to ensure such matches take place.

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