Pakistani bowling coach Wakar Younis said on Saturday that the team is striving to build a strong pulse rate ahead of its upcoming tasks, including the T20 World Cup.
The T20 World Cup is scheduled to take place in India in October-November.
“All the boys died after the postponement of PSL, so fatigue is not a problem with them, but we will sit down and discuss with them as we watch each bowling alley.
“Of course, we will try other bowling, as we have to build a bunch of rhythms for upcoming series and tournaments, including the World T20,” said Wakar.
The big fast bowling said that winning the series in one day and the T20 in South Africa was a great achievement for the team.
He said that the management of the team will consider giving a break to the left hand of Shahin Shah Afridi to take a break from the upcoming matches in Zimbabwe.
The team has faced criticism for playing Shaheen Shah in recent months without a breakthrough in formats.
Asked about the disappearance of the young player Nasim Shah from the team of Pakistan, after he was declared a great find two years ago, Wakar said that he has some problems with the injury and fitness.
“He’s a very promising young fast bowler and we’re confident that after I play a little more home cricket, he’ll come back stronger and better. He’s like that for the future.”
Wakar also defended the performance of his bowlers in the series of twins in South Africa, saying that they showed a lot of energy.
“They’re getting better.”
The former captain of Pakistan noted that modern white cricket players are expected to return 8 to 10 tracks for more, due to the flat tracks and demanding conditions.
“The T20 format is so fast-moving, and the kind of songs you get sometimes suffer from bowling. I think it’s a combination and a match, while you win matches, you don’t have to worry.”
Wakar said that if South Africa is without some of its main players for the latest ODI and T20 series, this is not a problem for Pakistan.
He also made it clear that he is a bowling coach and has no role in choosing the team.
“This is not my domain, this is the domain of the head coach and the captain and I am not trying to interfere. I give my feedback and they decide what is best for the team.”