Pakistan skipper Babar Azam Thursday spoke concerning the unavailability of a batting coach with the facet, saying that the Males in Inexperienced ought to have had one however the determination to nominate a batting coach rests with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
In a digital press convention from Chittagong, the all-format Pakistani captain spoke about pitches in Bangladesh, describing them as gradual.
Aussie batting legend Matthew Hayden was appointed by the PCB as batting guide for the T20 World Cup. He was employed after Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younus stepped down from their teaching roles in September.
The primary Check of the two-match sequence between Pakistan and Bangladesh begins tomorrow in Chittagong.
Babar Azam spoke concerning the crew’s efficiency, saying that he anticipated them to carry out properly within the sequence.
“The batting line-up includes senior players who play spinners well. The players joining the Test squad were playing domestic cricket and we will benefit from this,” he stated.
He said that this Test series is also important for Pakistan, adding that the team will try to keep up the winning momentum [from the T20 series].
Babar Azam praised the Test team, saying that he was confident they will perform well in the Test Championship as “there are more matches at home grounds”.
He said that the Bangladesh team is a dangerous side even in the absence of senior players. Azam said they cannot be taken lightly as conditions are difficult in Bangladesh.
“It is not easy to play here. We have to focus and play with patience, we will also try to stay on the wicket.”
Babar Azam mentioned the crew acquired much less time to organize for Check cricket after the T20 World Cup. Nevertheless, he mentioned the cricketers are professionals and must regulate to Check cricket quickly.
“We have been playing white-ball cricket for many months now we have to adapt to red-ball cricket as soon as possible, we have top spinners in the team,” he said.
When asked about his below-par performance during the recently concluded T20 series against Tigers, Babar Azam said it is not necessary for him to perform well in every series. Other team members will also have to step up, he added.
“It is good that other batsmen took responsibility and scored runs,” he mentioned.