Khushdil Shah and Asif Ali continue to struggle, and Pakistan veteran Younis Khan advises PCB not to embarrass themselves with roster changes.

Khushdil Shah and Asif Ali continue to struggle on this Younis Khan, a hero in Pakistan has cautioned the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) not to make embarrassing roster changes. Many analysts predict that the Pakistani team for the ICC T20 World Cup would soon undergo changes as a result of the middle order’s continued poor play.

Khushdil Shah and Asif Ali’s inclusion in the starting XI is now under scrutiny because both batsmen have mostly remained silent in the recent seven-match T20 series against England. One of the main causes of Pakistan’s middle-order struggles is the inability of Khushdil Shah and Asif Ali to accumulate innings.

The national selectors for the next T20 World Cup in Australia have come under fire from several experts, including former Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez, for excluding top batsman Shoaib Malik. All of the middle-order responsibilities have been placed on Shah and Ali in the absence of seasoned Malik.

Notably, Pakistan’s top selector Mohammad Wasim stated last week that there is a possibility to make some changes to the team if necessary. Wasim remarked on Wednesday that although the PCB has no plans to modify the T20 World Cup team, the possibility of a reorganization is always present as Babar Azam and the company continue to struggle with their usual problems.

Younis Khan, a former player, and coach for Pakistan’s batting team has since changed his mind and backed the group. He claimed that the PCB didn’t need to change the team in order to cause embarrassment.

Younis continued by saying that the team management should use the players who were chosen since they are the best group. There is a constant uproar that the team has to be changed. We already tried this. Now, I believe they shouldn’t humiliate themselves by abruptly switching the team.

These guys must be used by our instructors, captain, and PCB. According to Geo TV, he told the journalists in Karachi, “These are the only players you have; none will be joining from outside, and this is the best group.

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