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Pakistan don’t play enough matches: Vice-captain Mohammad Rizwan

mohammad rizwan replaces sarfaraz ahmed

KINGSTON: National cricket team wicketkeeper-batsman and vice-captain Mohammad Rizwan has said that preparations are complete to level the series against West Indies in the second Test of the ICC World Test Championship at Sabina Park, Jamaica.

Talking to media through video conference, Mohammad Rizwan said that in the first test we played well and victory was very close but unfortunately we lost in the end, he said. Mohammad Rizwan said that we have learned from experience and will try to perform better in the next match.

It should be noted that the second Test between Pakistan and West Indies will also be the ground of Kingston, Jamaica. This is the same ground where West Indies had won by one wicket after an interesting contest in the first Test.

Read more; First Test match: West Indies beat Pakistan by one wicket

In Kingston, the Pakistan and West Indies teams have practiced hard for the final battle. It is likely that the Pakistan team will enter the field with a chance. According to sources, Yasir Shah is likely to be replaced by Noman Ali.

The home team, which has a 1-0 lead in the series, is unlikely to change, but the final XI will be decided by both sides at the time of the toss. The Test match will start at 8 pm Pakistan time.

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