Jason Holder’s young group will trust they can end a few longer holds up as well. West Indies have not won a Test since May 2015, and the last time they won one outside the Caribbean and Bangladesh was in December 2007, against South Africa in Port Elizabeth. The Sharjah installation is West Indies’ last opportunity to perform respectably in Test cricket for some time; their next arrangement is just in March 2017, when they have Pakistan.
No group has ever won every one of the nine matches of a visit in cricket history. It is that measurement that Pakistan has as a main priority as it means to breadth its Test arrangement against the meeting West Indies when the groups meet for the third and last Test in Sharjah from Sunday (October 30).
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Pakistan won every one of the three Twenty20 Internationals against the ICC World T20 2016 champion, and also the three One-Day Internationals that went before the Tests. In Dubai, in the day-night coordinate, Azhar Ali’s 302 not out set up its 56-run win over the Caribbean men, regardless of Darren Bravo’s overcome century that took the amusement to an energizing fifth-day wrap up. At that point, in Abu Dhabi, Misbah’s men outpaced the competition by 133 pursues a first-innings century from Younus Khan and a ten-wicket pull by Yasir Shah, the legspinner.
Pakistan’s batsmen have been in great frame, with Azhar demonstrating the way and Younus, Sami Aslam, Asad Shafiq, Misbah and Sarfraz Ahmed all among the runs. Yasir has driven the two left-arm spinners, Zulfiqar Babar and Mohammad Nawaz, while any semblance of Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Amir are choices if the pitch is not level.
Yasir, obviously, has been a thistle in the side of going to groups – and demonstrated as of late in England that he could be as risky even outside of the UAE.
With Pakistan set to play two Tests in New Zealand beginning November 17, and three Tests in Australia, it will be quick to look after energy.
“Yes, we need to be merciless, unquestionably,” said Mickey Arthur, the Pakistan mentor. “We set the test that we have eight Tests to play (three in the UAE took after by five in New Zealand and Australia). We have just played two. We are going to judge ourselves on the eight Tests and each Test shows an alternate test.”
The mentor said he needed consistency from the side that as of late came to No. 1 in the ICC Test rankings. “I go further than getting great results. I need us to play a decent brand of cricket, see change in the players and the parts players are executing. Those are all things I truly observe and the way we are going is mind boggling. Everyone is enhancing and settled in what they are doing and work rate is exceptional.”
Arthur, be that as it may, isn’t taking a youthful West Indies side daintily. Jason Holder’s men won’t not have an indistinguishable level of experience from their adversary, however have battled chivalrously in both Tests by extending the matches to the fifth and last days with stiff-necked batting.