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Whatmore upbeat about Pak chances in World T20 PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, Aug 17 (APP): Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore was upbeat Friday about his side’s chances at the World Twenty20. He welcomed the opportunity for his players to prepare in the Sri Lankan league, a private television channel reported. Nearly all Pakistani players selected for the September 18 to October 7 tournament in Sri Lanka feature in this month’s Sri Lankan Premier League (SLPL). Whatmore, 58, who was appointed in March and coached Sri Lanka to their 1996 World Cup title, said his players will get good practice in the venues where the World Twenty20 will be held. “There is an opportunity for some of the boys to participate in the SLPL and it’s a good thing and I have no problem with it,” Whatmore told at the National Cricket Academy.
 

 

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