ISLAMABAD, Jun 25 (APP):Legendary batsman Javed Miandad has urged Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed to
sit-down with senior players in making a formidable game plan for their upcoming 2019 Cricket World Cup clash against New Zealand on Tuesday.
Miandad advised Sarfraz to take senior players into confidence in making the game plan for the match against New Zealand.
“After forming a game plan, we must utilize it on the field by involving ourselves in excessive training, as the more you practice the better you get,” he said while talking to a private news channel.
Citing an example of squash players, Miandad said they would ask for advice from legend Jahangir Khan to improve their game, same like Pakistani players must also seek for suggestions from experienced former players.
“We must also keep an eye on the points table, as at the end net run rate and averages of wickets would matter a lot for the qualification of semis if teams get to an equalizer,” he said and added the coach and manager must keep this in mind.