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Squad for Pakistan's tour of Bangladesh

Not much to decide from the
currently selected team for the
Bangladesh tour
Pakistan team announced their squad for the full fledged series against Bangladesh, which I guess is a gamble, because you've included such players who aren't being tested properly after their return to international cricket viz ban of illegal action, or injury proned. So I say it's just a gamble taking Bangladesh as a lighter proposition, again because now they are facing Pakistan in their own backyard and plus there is no Inzamam ul Haq who could save us this time, nor the ground is situated in Multan or within Pakistan.

Test: 

  1. Misbah-ul-Haq (c), 
  2. Babar Azam, 
  3. Mohammad Hafeez, 
  4. Sami Aslam, 
  5. Asad Shafiq, 
  6. Azhar Ali, 
  7. Younis Khan, 
  8. Haris Sohail, 
  9. Saeed Ajmal, 
  10. Yasir Shah, 
  11. Zulfiqar Babar, 
  12. Sarfraz Ahmed, 
  13. Wahab Riaz, 
  14. Junaid Khan, 
  15. Sohail Khan, 
  16. Rahat Ali.

One-day international: 

  1. Azhar Ali (c), 
  2. Sami Aslam, 
  3. Sarfraz Ahmed, 
  4. Mohammad Hafeez, 
  5. Asad Shafiq, 
  6. Fawad Alam, 
  7. Mohammad Rizwan, 
  8. Haris Sohail, 
  9. Sohaib Maqsood, 
  10. Saeed Ajmal, 
  11. Yasir Shah, 
  12. Wahab Riaz, 
  13. Rahat Ali, 
  14. Ehsan Adil, 
  15. Sohail Khan.

Twenty20: 

  1. Shahid Afridi (c), 
  2. Ahmed Shehzad, 
  3. Sarfraz Ahmed, 
  4. Mohammad Hafeez, 
  5. Mukhtar Ahmed, 
  6. Sohaib Maqsood, 
  7. Haris Sohail, 
  8. Mohammad Rizwan, 
  9. Saeed Ajmal, 
  10. Saad Bin Nasim, 
  11. Sohail Tanveer, 
  12. Wahab Riaz, 
  13. Sohail Khan, 
  14. Umar Gul, 
  15. Junaid Khan.

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