Pakistan’s bowling coach Waqar Younis on Saturday said the team was looking to build a strong pool of pacers ahead of its upcoming assignments, including the T20 World Cup.
“All the boys got rest after PSL postponement so fatigue is not a problem with them but we will sit down and discuss with them as we monitor every bowler.
“Of course we will try out other bowlers as we need to build a bunch of pacers for upcoming series and tournaments including the World T20,” Waqar said.
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The fast bowling great said that winning the One-Day and T20 series in South Africa was a big achievement for the team.
He said the team management would look at giving left-arm pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi a break from the coming matches in Zimbabwe.
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