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ENG vs PAK: Pakistan considers three changes for first T20I against England

ENG vs PAK: Pakistan considers three changes for first T20I against England

ENG vs PAK: Pakistan considers three changes for first T20I against England

Fast bowlers Naseem Shah and Haris Rauf, along with top-order batter Usman Khan, are likely to be included in the lineup. – AFP

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  • Pakistan may make three changes before first T20I aganst England.
  • Naseem Shah, Haris Rauf, and Usman Khan expected to be included.
  • Pakistan aims to field strongest team to test World Cup combination.
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Pakistan might make three changes to their playing XI for the first T20I against England on May 22 in Leeds.

Fast bowlers Naseem Shah and Haris Rauf, along with top-order batter Usman Khan, are expected to be included. Opener Saim Ayub and pacer Hasan Ali, who played in the third T20I against Ireland in Dublin recently, may be dropped.

Haris and Usman did not participate in the three-match T20I series against Ireland, which Pakistan won 2-1.

Additionally, the team management is considering dropping a pacer to make room for either Shadab Khan or Abrar Ahmed.

Pakistan is likely to field their strongest team during the England series to test their World Cup combination.

The final decision will be made after consulting with head coach Gary Kirsten, who will join the Pakistan squad tomorrow.

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The four-match series against England will be the last assignment for both teams before the T20 World Cup, which begins on June 1 in the United States and West Indies.

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