PAK v SL

Pakistan squad profile for T20i series against Sri Lanka

Almost a week ago, Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) Selection Committee announced a 16 man squad for the three-match t20i series. The players who will be seen in action are as follows:

1. SARFRAZ AHMED (C & WK)

Matches Played: 29

Role: Captain and Wicket Keeper

Batting Style: Right-Hand Batsmen

Runs Scored: 359 runs.

Average: 29.91

100s50s: 02

Top Score: 76*

CatchesStumping: 143

Matches as Captain: 11 matches

Won:  9

Lost:  2

Win%: 81.81%

2. SHOAIB MALIK

Matches Played:  88

Role: All-rounder

Batting Style: Right-hand batsmen

Bowling Style: Right-arm-off-break bowler

Runs Scored: 1,702

Batting Average: 28.36

100s50s: 05

Top Score: 75

Wickets Taken: 25

Bowling Average: 23.04

Best Bowling: 27

3. MOHAMMAD HAFEEZ

Matches Played: 78

Role: Batting All-rounder

Batting Style: Right-hand batsmen

Bowling Style: Right-arm-off-break bowler

Runs Scored: 1,619

Batting Average: 22.48

100s50s: 09

Top Score: 86

Wickets Taken: 46

Bowling Average: 24.52

Best Bowling: 410

4. AHMED SHEHZAD

Matches Played: 51

Role: Opening Batsmen

Batting Style: Right-hand batsmen

Runs Scored: 1,304

Batting Average: 26.61

100s50s: 17

Top Score: 111*

5. MOHAMMAD AMIR

Matches Played: 31

Role: Bowler

Bowling Style: Left-hand batsmen

Wickets Taken: 34

Bowling Average: 23.79

Best Bowling: 318

6. IMAD WASIM

Matches Played: 19

Role: Bowling All-rounder

Batting Style: Left-hand batsmen

Bowling Style: Slow-left-arm-orthodox spin bowler

Runs Scored: 90

Batting Average: 13.33

100s50s: --

Top Score: 24*

Wickets Taken: 23

Bowling Average: 16.73

Best Bowling: 514

7. HASAN ALI:

Matches Played: 9

Role: Bowler

Bowling Style: Right-arm medium fast

Wickets Taken: 12

Bowling Average: 22.41

Best Bowling: 349

8. SHADAB KHAN

LONDON, ENGLAND – JUNE 18 : Shadab Khan of Pakistan and dismisses Yuvraj Singh of India lbw during the ICC Champions Trophy final match between India and Pakistan at the Kia Oval cricket ground on June 18, 2017 in London, England. (Photo by Philip Brown/Getty Images)

Matches Played: 7

Role: Bowling All-rounder

Batting Style: Right-hand batsmen

Bowling Style: Leg-break bowler

Runs Scored: 16

Batting Average: 16.00

100s50s: --

Top Score: 13

Wickets Taken: 12

Bowling Average: 14.50

Best Bowling: 414

9. FAKHAR ZAMAN

LONDON, ENGLAND – JUNE 18: Fakhar Zaman of Pakistan celebrates his century during the ICC Champions trophy cricket match between India and Pakistan at The Oval in London on June 18, 2017 (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)

Matches Played: 6

Role: Opening Batsmen

Batting Style: Left-hand batsmen

Runs Scored: 82

Batting Average: 16.40

100s50s: --

Top Score: 27

10. BABAR AZAM

Matches Played: 11

Role: Top order batsmen

Batting Style: Right-hand batsmen

Runs Scored: 432

Batting Average: 54.00

100s50s: -2

Top Score: 86

11. MOHAMMAD NAWAZ

Matches Played: 7

Role: Bowling All-rounder

Batting Style: Left-hand batsmen

Bowling Style: Slow-left-arm orthodox

Runs Scored:

Batting Average:  

100s50s: --

Top Score: none

Wickets Taken: 4

Bowling Average: 36.75

Best Bowling: 116

12. FAHEEM ASHRAF

Matches Played: 1

Role: Bowling All-rounder

Batting Style: Left-hand batsmen

Bowling Style: Right-arm Medium

Runs Scored:

Batting Average:

100s50s: --

Top Score:

Wickets Taken: 0

Bowling Average: 0.0

Best Bowling: 07

13. AMIR YAMIN

Matches Played: 1

Role: Bowling All-rounder

Batting Style: Right-hand batsmen

Bowling Style: Right-arm Medium

Runs Scored:

Batting Average:

100s50s: --

Top Score:

Wickets Taken: 1

Bowling Average: 12.0

Best Bowling: 112

14. UMAR AMIN

Matches Played: 10

Role: Top order batsmen

Batting Style: Left-hand batsmen

Runs Scored: 76

Batting Average: 12.66

100s50s: --

Top Score: 72

15. USMAN KHAN SHINWARI

Matches Played: 4

Role: Bowler

Bowling Style: Left-arm Medium

Wickets Taken: 1

Bowling Average: 97.00

Best Bowling: 126

This is the Pakistan squad for the series against Sri Lanka. The team is full of combination of young talent and experience of seniors. What do you think about it?

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