February 21, 2024

Pakistan Cricket Board Unveils Team Management for Australia Tour

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Pakistan Cricket Board Unveils Team Management for Australia Tour

Lahore, 28 Nov 2023: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has officially disclosed the Team Management lineup for the upcoming Test tour to Australia, slated to unfold from December 2023 to January 2024. The team is scheduled to participate in three Test matches against the formidable Australian side.

Team Management Roster:

  • Naveed Akram Cheema: Team Manager
  • Mohammad Hafeez: Director – Pakistan Men’s Cricket Team
  • Adam Hollioake: Batting Coach
  • Simon Grant Helmot: High-Performance Coach
  • Umar Gul: Fast Bowling Coach
  • Saeed Ajmal: Spin Bowling Coach
  • Abdul Majeed: Fielding Coach
  • Mansoor Rana: Assistant Team Manager
  • Shahid Aslam: Assistant Batting Coach
  • Drikus Saaiman: Strength and Conditioning Coach/Trainer
  • Cliffe Deacon: Physiotherapist
  • Talha Ejaz: Team Analyst
  • Lt Col (Rtd) Akhtar Hussain: Security Manager
  • Raza Rashid Kitchlew: Media Manager
  • Ammar Ahsan: Videographer
  • Dr. Sohail Saleem: Team Doctor
  • Malang Ali: Team Masseur

The Pakistan cricket team is scheduled to kick off their Test series against Australia in Perth, with the first match set to take place from 14 to 18 December. Subsequently, the action will move to Melbourne for the second Test from 26 to 30 December, followed by the final clash in Sydney from 3 to 7 January 2024.

The departure of the squad from Lahore is slated for 30 November.

Pakistan Squad for Australia Tests:

  • Shan Masood (Captain)
  • Aamir Jamal
  • Abdullah Shafique
  • Abrar Ahmed
  • Babar Azam
  • Faheem Ashraf
  • Hasan Ali
  • Imam-ul-Haq
  • Khurram Shahzad
  • Mir Hamza
  • Mohammad Rizwan (WK)
  • Mohammad Wasim Jnr
  • Noman Ali
  • Saim Ayub
  • Salman Ali Agha
  • Sarfaraz Ahmed (WK)
  • Saud Shakeel
  • Shaheen Shah Afridi

The cricket enthusiasts eagerly anticipate the thrilling encounters as these cricketing titans go head-to-head in the challenging Australian conditions.