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  • Pakistan 20 Over Squads

    Bowling speeds are:

    RM > RFM > RMF > RF

    If somebody should be a Chinaman, let me know.

    All squads should be accuracte as of 1st April and how the season should have been played out.


    Islamabad:

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    Karachi:

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    Lahore:

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    Multan:

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    Peshawar:

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    Quetta:
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    Cricstarz Tagging you in this thread as you requested these.
    Last edited by Sureshot; 06-10-2020, 12:34 PM.

  • #2
    Thanks for posting these!

    Islamabad looks good, although I would consider Musa Khan as a RF rather than RMF - he consistently bowls mid 140s and has even hit 150kph as this video would suggest.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYCy...%20Asia%20cup.

    Karachi
    - why is Sharjeel Khan faded away? He isn't injured and is no longer banned?
    - Iftikhar Ahmed is aggressive, and has his age been fixed? In the last edition he was 5 years older compared to real life.

    Lahore
    - Jaahid Ali is a wicket keeper - maybe part time? He kept wicket in all of Lahore's practice games
    - Muhammad Faizan is a big hitter - probably aggressive if not V.agg - he is an all rounder, yet has 2 profiles in this squad - one as a batmsan and one as a bowler.
    - Farzan Raja - there are 2 files for this player in the squad - "R Farzan Khan" and "R Farzan". He is a promising leg spinner(not LM), should be listed as a bowling all rounder and has a lot of potential, can be seen bowling well in this clip against Hobart Hurricanes:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RG7r0P0tzDY
    - Maaz Khan is a very promising leg spinner too, not a LM. (can also be seen in the clip above)
    - Salman Irshad is LMF, he has hit 145kph in the past.

    Multan
    - Kushdil Shah is aggressive
    -Zeeshan Ashraf is a part time keeper - he kept for the whole PSL

    Peshawar
    - Haider Ali is agg if not V.agg, can part time wicket keep
    - Muhammad Mohsin is a leg spin all rounder, agg bat
    - Hasan Ali is still playing, even though not fully fit

    Quetta
    - Azam Khan is a part time wicket keeper



    Also hoping these youngsters are more promising, in the past they have either been underrated/non existent, and I would much rather see these players perform than to start filling my team with regens very quickly.
    R Hussain, A Javed, Musa Khan, M Faizaan, R Farzan, Maaz Khan, H Rauf, Z Ashraf, R Nazir, H Ali, M Mohsin, M Hasnain, N Shah

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Cricstarz View Post
      Thanks for posting these!

      Islamabad looks good, although I would consider Musa Khan as a RF rather than RMF - he consistently bowls mid 140s and has even hit 150kph as this video would suggest.

      Okay, I've changed him to RF.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aYCy...%20Asia%20cup.

      Karachi
      - why is Sharjeel Khan faded away? He isn't injured and is no longer banned? Good spot, I've removed his ban.
      - Iftikhar Ahmed is aggressive, and has his age been fixed? In the last edition he was 5 years older compared to real life. Fixed his age, have left him as average aggression for now, I feel it's a better reflection of his overal strike-rates. FC and List A strike rates are in the average zone.

      Lahore
      - Jaahid Ali is a wicket keeper - maybe part time? He kept wicket in all of Lahore's practice games Okay I've added him as a practice keeper.
      - Muhammad Faizan is a big hitter - probably aggressive if not V.agg - he is an all rounder, yet has 2 profiles in this squad - one as a batmsan and one as a bowler. Removed double profile, have changed him to an aggressive all-rounder.
      - Farzan Raja - there are 2 files for this player in the squad - "R Farzan Khan" and "R Farzan". He is a promising leg spinner(not LM), should be listed as a bowling all rounder and has a lot of potential, can be seen bowling well in this clip against Hobart Hurricanes: Changed to Leg spinner and all rounder, double profile now removed.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RG7r0P0tzDY
      - Maaz Khan is a very promising leg spinner too, not a LM. (can also be seen in the clip above) Changed to LBG
      - Salman Irshad is LMF, he has hit 145kph in the past. - Changed

      Multan
      - Kushdil Shah is aggressive Fair call, have changed.
      -Zeeshan Ashraf is a part time keeper - he kept for the whole PSL Have made him a PT keeper

      Peshawar
      - Haider Ali is agg if not V.agg, can part time wicket keep Made him aggressive and a PT keeper
      - Muhammad Mohsin is a leg spin all rounder, agg bat Changed to leg spinning all-rounder. Left as average aggression, his strike-rates don't support aggressive.
      - Hasan Ali is still playing, even though not fully fit I've currently got him down for a long injury, though I see recent news is he's avoided surgey, I've now got him as injured until early July.

      Quetta
      - Azam Khan is a part time wicket keeper Have added.



      Also hoping these youngsters are more promising, in the past they have either been underrated/non existent, and I would much rather see these players perform than to start filling my team with regens very quickly.
      R Hussain, A Javed, Musa Khan, M Faizaan, R Farzan, Maaz Khan, H Rauf, Z Ashraf, R Nazir, H Ali, M Mohsin, M Hasnain, N Shah
      Thank you so much for your excellent feedback. I've replied in bold above.

      Can you confirm the full names (and ideally their team) of those promising youngsters so I make sure I'm checking the right one.
      Last edited by Sureshot; 06-12-2020, 12:57 PM.

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      • #4
        Thanks for looking at my suggestions! Your calls seem fair

        I will provide the names of the players below, obviously dont expect them to necessarily take over the game but they should have a high chance of performing well in the future, especially compared to regens.
        Thought I'd make the list shorter to highlight specific players.

        Musa Khan(Islamabad) - very good fast bowler, selected recently in Tests and T20s, has hit 150kph
        Farzan Raja(Lahore)
        Haris Rauf(Lahore) - was underrated in cc19, hopefully you have updated this after his excellent BBL. Although his PSL was awful, he was carrying an injury.
        Zeeshan Ashraf (Multan)
        Rohail Nazir (Multan) - very good wicket keeper batsman, u19 captain, rated by Babar Azam, scored 100 vs India and 100 in the Emerging Asia cup final.
        Haider Ali(Peshawar) - Very good batsman, just received a central contract and had a good PSL, rated as a future star by many people such as Ian Bishop, Babar Azam, Darren Sammy,
        Muhammad Mohsin (Peshawar)
        Azam Khan (Quetta)
        Naseem Shah (Quetta) - was extremely underrated in cc19, as I had raised at the time. Hopefully this will be amended after his recent central contract, Test hatrick and 5fers aswell as his praise around the world.

        Also the following experienced players have often under performed consistently, might be based on personal opinion but maybe you could reconsider these players.
        Imad Wasim - rarely takes wickets or has a good economy in limited overs cricket. If you look at his T20I economy it is below 6 and he is ranked very highly. He is often replaced by people like Kamran Ghulham who have good domestic records yet it is clear that Imad Wasim is a much better player.
        Mohammad Amir - rarely takes as many wickets as you would expect, with his recent improvements in form I suspect this will be improved?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Cricstarz View Post
          Peshawar
          - Haider Ali can part time wicket keep
          Good feedback overall. Regarding Haider Ali, has he kept at junior level? As I havent seen him keeping at U19 or FC level.

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          • #6
            Thanks for giving opportunity for feedback before the release.

            I think Cricstarz has covered a lot of things pretty well. I would like to provide feedback as well for the things which I have noticed:

            Islamabad:

            Hussain Talat: should probably be balanced if not aggressive Tricky one, still early in his career, have moved him to aggressive for now.

            Karachi:

            Iftikhar Ahmed: is officially 29 years of age and should be aggressive I've changed his birth year, his SRs don't support being aggressive.

            Lahore:

            Salman Irshad: Is a RMF neither LM nor LMF Changed


            Peshawar:

            Imam Ul Haq: Arguable but I think his ODI SR of 80 and T20 SR of 120 probably ask for balanced In the modern scoring age, that's defensive.

            Haider Ali: Regarding Cricstarz feedback, not sure if he has ever kept at U19 level and definitely not at FC level. I am not sure he should made part time keeper if he kept at school level or junior level. Following this and feedback below, I've removed his keeper status.


            Quetta:

            Omair Bin Yousuf: Is a right handed batsman (LM in bowling makes me think he is made Left handed) and is one of the better young batting talents in Pak and his domestic performance in 2019 season was pretty decent) He's a right handed batsman in game.
            Last edited by Sureshot; 06-12-2020, 12:17 PM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Sheharyar View Post

              Good feedback overall. Regarding Haider Ali, has he kept at junior level? As I havent seen him keeping at U19 or FC level.
              I heard he has kept at junior level, although he has just started his career so it is difficult to tell - unsure on whether he should be a PT keeper

              Also agree with Sheharyar's suggestions above

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              • #8
                Haider Ali is not a part time WK, but Mohammad Haris from the U19 squad is a full time WK. He didnt keep because Rohail was in the squad, but personally I feel Haris is the better talent, because he is an aggressive batsman.

                Please make sure you get that right Sureshot


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                • #9
                  My bad, Haider Ali isn't a pt wicket keeper, sorry

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                  • #10
                    Thanks for the feedback guys, replies in bold above.

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                    • #11
                      Sureshot you had Mohammad Haris as an aggressive WK, right ? He's gonna be the answer of our WK problems

                      Qasim Akram is another very good prospect from the U19 side. Allrounder who bowls offspin.

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                      • #12
                        I think Hussain Talat should be balanced. He really struggled to get his SR up when needed in T20s

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Ahson8 View Post
                          I think Hussain Talat should be balanced. He really struggled to get his SR up when needed in T20s
                          Yes I watched him bat vs SA in a couple of t20s and he was struggling badly at the back end of the innings and got out twice trying to up the ante. He should be average aggresion

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Ahson8 View Post
                            Sureshot you had Mohammad Haris as an aggressive WK, right ? He's gonna be the answer of our WK problems

                            Qasim Akram is another very good prospect from the U19 side. Allrounder who bowls offspin.
                            Got those both with those attributes and Talat is at average aggression.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Ahson8 View Post
                              Sureshot you had Mohammad Haris as an aggressive WK, right ? He's gonna be the answer of our WK problems
                              Personally I think Rohail Nazir will be the answer, but time will tell

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