The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has revealed the players that will make up the Pakistan Shaheen side competing in the white-ball series in Zimbabwe. There have been some noticeable additions to the roster. After missing most of the Pakistan Super League season due to a finger injury suffered while playing for Multan Sultans, Shahnawaz Dahani will return to competitive cricket. Dahani has previously competed for Pakistan. Shahnawaz Dahani Rejoins Pakistan Shaheens Team
The wicket-keeper hitter had a wonderful season this year with 99 runs in 6 outings for Peshawar Zalmi, but his strike rate of 147.7 got everyone’s attention. Haseebullah Khan, who bats left-handed, is another interesting addition to Shaheens.
Although Saim Ayub has already been selected for the national team to play a three-match Twenty20 International series against Afghanistan in the United Arab Emirates, it appears that Haseebullah could be one for the future of Pakistani cricket.
Ned his first call-up after putting in some impressive performances for Peshawar Zalmi in the eighth season of the Pakistan Super League.
Alongside Dahani and Haseebullah in the squad are veteran players like Imran Butt, Hussain Talat, Aamir Jamal, Kamran Ghulam, Mir Hamza, and Sahibzada Farhan.
It is important to note that beginning on April 1st, the Pakistan Shaheens will compete against Zimbabwe in six matches totaling three one-day matches, three twenty-minute matches, and three twenty-first-century matches.
The series will be contested in Harare, and it will be a good opportunity for the younger players to demonstrate their abilities and stake a claim for a berth in the senior team. So Shahnawaz Dahani Rejoins Pakistan Shaheens Team