Published On: Mon, Sep 7th, 2015

Indo-Pak series will take place in December, says Waqar Younis



Pakistan head coach Waqar Younis gave a very positive statement about the bilateral series between the two-nations will take place in December, this is the only way to cool down tensions with India.

While talking to the media, Waqar said that I have a firm belief that the Indo-Pak series will take place on the scheduled time and it will help reduce tensions in relations of the two neighbors. He further said that it is very disappointing that the both Asian Giants have not played a Test match against each other since 2007.

Pakistan’s former great Waqar said that according to the present situation the series is in danger, but I remain optimistic that the series will take place in December and if the series doesn’t take place then it will be very unfortunate for the cricket loving fans of both the countries especially when they face each other.


Answering a question about Saeed Ajmal, former fast bowler said that Ajmal is struggling with his new action and I think that it will take him some more time to be effective with his remodeled action. My sympathies are with the off-spinner who might not be included in the upcoming tours of Pakistan.

Talking about the series coming against Zimbabwe and England, coach said that we are not going to take Zimbabwe easy as they are a fighting unit, but our main focus will be on England who have recently won Ashes.

When asked about the current situation of the banned trio Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir, Waqar said that on this issue I can’t give any comment as I have no discussion with any PCB official regarding these three may be a week or two later I will be ready to answer this question.

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