Sarfraz Ahmed could be made to lead Pakistan during the upcoming Zimbabwe tour © AFP
Sarfraz Ahmed could be made to lead Pakistan during the upcoming Zimbabwe tour © AFP

Pakistan‘s wicketkeeper-batsman Sarfraz Ahmed might lead Pakistan A against Englands Lions in a series to be held in UAE this December. “If Sarfraz does not have any commitment with the national team in December, he will be tried as captain against England Lions,” a PCB official was quoted saying. He also said that the Pakistan A are scheduled for more tours in order to develop and groom young talent for future international series, reports Dawn. Javed Miandad: Sports in Pakistan destroyed by absence of accountability and gambling

“A pool of 52 players has been formed who will be tested in all three formats. This year in December Engl­and Lions will tour the UAE for five list A, five T20 and two-day matches,” he said. He also added that Sarfraz could be made to lead Pakistan during the Zimbabwe tour in order to develop him into a future T20 skipper. PCB mulls ban on Pakistan players indulging in Dubsmash-like videos while on tour