Australian coach is coming to revive the Pakistani cricket team, training camp is about to start

Orhan Wadia
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New Delhi. After the shameful performance in the T20 World Cup, the Pakistan team is trying to recover. Jason Gillespie is going to help Pakistan in this effort. Australia's Jason Gillespie is Pakistan's new test coach. He will join the Pakistani team next month. A training camp will be held under Gillespie's supervision for the home series against Bangladesh in August.

Cricket lovers know that Pakistan's cricket team had to face defeat against America and India in the T-20 World Cup. Due to this, Pakistan could not reach the Super-8 stage of the World Cup. Pakistan fans are unable to digest the defeat against America. After this, there is a demand for change in the Pakistani team.

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Pakistan has to play a two-Test series against Bangladesh. According to sources in the Pakistan Cricket Board, a camp will be held for the Pak team from July 24. Apart from the national team players, players from the Pakistan A team will also participate in it. A PCB source said, 'The training camp will be organized in the presence of Jason Gillespie and other members of the support staff. Pakistan's Test captain Shan Masood will also return from England soon.' Shan Masood is currently playing in the T20 Blast tournament in England.

The board may give rest to the senior
PCB sources said that some senior players may be rested in this series. The new coach of the Test team Gillespie also wants to focus on young cricketers. Captain Shan Masood has already told the board that he wants Babar Azam in the team for the upcoming series but other senior players will be rested. (input language)

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