Shaheen, Haris and Hassan Likely to Miss a Few Matches Against Zimbabwe

As Pakistan's bowling coach Waqar Younis has shown, the forthcoming Zimbabwe tour will encourage team management to rest top bowlers.

During a press conference with the media, the bowling coach said that the team managers are aware of the working load of the bowlers and will aim to test their ability by relaxing bowlers.

In light of the fact that bowlers have gone back from a long break after the premature end of the PSL tourney, the previous captain noted that the team management will examine all bowling opportunities.

Waqar added that team managers would determine a great bowling mix before the T20 World Cup in India this October.

He congratulated the bowlers in South Africa and added that the pacers were bowling well against the Proteas.

While the bowler's overall success against South Africa seemed to be satisfactory, he also admitted the bowler had to focus on those weaknesses before the T20 World Cup started.