The players selected for Pakistan’s training camp ahead of the upcoming Test tour in Australia include the top performers from the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, such as Sahibzada Farhan, Saim Ayub, and the leading wicket-taker Khurram Shehzad.
The training camp is scheduled to take place in Rawalpindi from November 22 to 29, and the team is set to depart from Islamabad for Australia on November 30th.
Shan Masood, the recently appointed Test captain, along with Team Director Mohammad Hafeez and Chief Selector Wahab Riaz, have identified prospective players for the upcoming training camp.
The coaching staff for the Pakistani team has been finalized, with Mohammad Hafeez assuming the dual role of head coach and batting coach. Umar Gul will serve as the bowling coach, and Abdul Majid will resume his role as the fielding coach.
Naveed Akram Cheema is set to manage the Pakistan team during the tour, while Shahid Aslam will take on the responsibilities of assistant coach and manager. Raza Rashid has been appointed as the media manager for the Australia tour.
The formal announcement of the squad and coaching staff is contingent upon approval from Zaka Ashraf, the head of the PCB management committee, who is currently in India. It has been decided to include seventeen to eighteen players in the squad for the Australia tour.
Source: Pro Pakistani