Pakistan Bowling Coach Waqar Younis breaks silence over the latest Australia series

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Pakistan Bowling Coach Waqar Younis breaks silence over the latest Australia series

ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Bowling Coach Waqar Younis has said all bilateral test series should consist of at least three to four test matches.

Talking to the media at the close of day-four at the Gabba, he said that a two-test match series is unfair to the visiting team as they do not get enough time to acclimatize and bounce back after losing a test match.

He said a three to four test match series provided fair opportunities to both the team to compete.

To a question, the former fast bowler said that fast bowler Imran Khan is picked for the Australian tour for his domestic performance and Muhammad Abbas may be picked for the Adelaide test match which starts from Friday.

About the performance from the bowlers during the Brisbane test, he said Naseem Shah and Shaheen Shah Afridi are very young and raw and needed time to make their mark.

Waqar Younis said Shaheen Shah Afridi is most economical bowler so far during the Brisbane test.

To another question, Waqar Younis said Australian conditions are very challenging for all visiting teams.

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