The veteran wicketkeeper, Kamran Akmal, accepts that the Pakistan Test crew for the arrangement against South Africa is average and can be beaten by a homegrown side. Akmal said that Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) and Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) groups could beat the flow crew inside four days.
Akmal said that he could gather a preferred crew over the public group and guaranteed that the said group would effectively crush the Test side.
“I can vouch and explicitly state that WAPDA and SSGC groups can beat this arrangement. Give me the force and I will raise a group of WAPDA players and I can wager they will beat this group inside four days,” Akmal said.
Pakistan rolled out nine improvements to their crew from the group’s disillusioning visit through New Zealand, and chose players dependent on their exhibitions in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.
Kamran Akmal was an ordinary for the public group before the group the executives dropped him attributable to his helpless structure with the bat and frightful wicket-keeping. Afterward, he was incorporated once again into the side as an opener, yet his helpless structure proceeded, and his handling was underneath global principles.
As of late, Kamran Akmal has been at battle with the Central Punjab group the executives, in the wake of being avoided with regards to the firing line-up for most of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy season prior to being overlooked for the Pakistan Cup. He accepts that the group the executives has been ill bred towards a few senior players, including him, and moved toward the PCB officials to determine the issue.