Free cricbuzz prediction: Test Captain Babar Azam: I don’t have to justify myself to anyone

Babar also clarified that interim chief selector Shahid Afridi has no problem selecting players, and said he and the head coach regularly voice their opinions.

Pakistan captain Babar Azam has been called into question about his future as captain after failing to score a win in the Test season at home.

Speaking to the media ahead of his ODI series against New Zealand, Babar told journalists when asked if he was considering resigning as Test his captaincy after a poor home run from last year. I shut it up.

“Now the white balls are pounding and I think the test match is over. So if you have any questions about this white ball he series, ask,” Babar retorted on Sunday. When asked again about his role as captain and whether it affected his batting performance, Babber replied:
“I don’t have to justify myself to anyone. I know how I feel. My focus is to do well for Pakistan.”

Babar also said players are excited about his one-day series, which begins at the National Stadium on Monday.

“We played well in a white-ball format and we want to keep that momentum going against New Zealand, but they are a very good team and it will be a tough series for both sides,” he added.

Babar also clarified that interim chief selector Shahid Afridi had no problem selecting players, and that he and the head coach provided their input and asked the selectors on a regular basis or at meetings to review their plans. He said he would give an overview. “I think we’re on the same page and that’s important. We have our best bowlers back and hopefully we can do well against New Zealand.”

New Zealand skipper Kane Williamson said it had not yet been decided what approach the team would take in the three-game series as everything would depend on the conditions.

“We follow a certain pattern in whiteball cricket and we want to do that as well, but for some players it is a new experience to play in subcontinental conditions and they have to adapt accordingly during the game. We need to adjust.”

Williamson, who last hit the ODI 100 in 2019, said he wasn’t encouraged by it because it’s important for everyone to run at the right time for the team.

All three of his ODI matches have been played in Karachi this week, and Williamson has been ruled out of his series by white balling Pakistan and India through injury. Stated.

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