Nasir Jamshed: Younis reportedly prefers Ahmed Shahzad over Nasir Jamshed, not least because of obtaining the right hand/left hand opening combination with Salman Butt.
However, Nasir has more experience and has impressed to some degree so far in international cricket.
Wilson’s complex, entertaining, smart story also includes comet-induced climate change, Gaulish Druids, German nihilists, Christianity’s Aryan offshoot, and commentary on how a panacea would influence social order.
Fanning and Hayden escape Hellfire missiles, dispose of villains in a manner most gruesome, and return home to find the billionaire ready to hire them for a sequel.
Australia will be banking on captain Clarke, all rounder Symonds, keeper Haddin and medium pacer Bracken.
Symonds averages 62 against Pakistan in ODI’s which is his highest average against any Test playing nation. Clarke is going into this series as Australia’s best batsman.
We have seen captains changing, disasters wrecking sport in the nation and political and social turmoil affecting the morale of the Pakistani public and cricketers, but the next few days can improve the situation for everyone who has some kind of association with Pakistan.
A new leader is at the helm in the form of Younis Khan, a generally respected figure.
Younis only averages 16 against Australia in ODI’s and he needs to improve that figure. If he can extract the right bounce, bowl quick and use reverse swing, he can cause Australia plenty of problems.
When Suffolk County medical examiner Laura Fanning completes post-mortems on two men in perfect condition, she soon learns that their perfect health traces back to a secret originating in the year 536 at an apostate Benedictine monastery isolated in the Pyrenees Mountains.
Evidence appears suggesting the men have taken a panacea, an ancient remedy for any illness or injury.
Australia cannot be underestimated and in fact the LS Management is doubting Pakistan’s potential, although they acknowledge this potential.
Players like Hauritz and Shane Watson have the ability to turn matches around single handedly.