Pakistan Set to Debut Domestic Circuit’s Best First-Class Bowler

In the second test match between Pakistan and Zimbabwe, Fast Bowler, Tabish Khan, is expected to make his test debut in the national team (Friday).

He has been in the conflict for several years now but has still been overlooked, Tabish, who took almost 600 first-class wickets. He has received a test call-up for his latest results on the internal circuit along with a change in the selection committee.

He is 36 and is the second oldest Pakistani test debutant and the 245th player in the test cricket for Pakistan. He became Pakistan's fifth debutant in 2021 and the 15th test cap in 2018.

Miran Bux is at the age of 47 years and 284 days the oldest player to debut for the national team.

Tabish would most probably replace either Shaheen Shah Afridi or the first test match player, Hasan Ali. In order to avoid the possibility of damage, one of the boilers might be resting. There are also rumors that Faheem Ashraf is resting in order to carry Tabish Khan to the board.

The brilliant 9-wind track of Hasan has helped Pakistan a huge win with 116 runs in the first test match. The second test match will be won by Pakistan and a fruitful tour of South Africa and Zimbabwe will end by winning a whole series on the tour.
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