Former Test cricketer Saeed Ajmal termed England’s favorite and non-spectator matches in the series as deaf cricket. Former Test cricketer Saeed Ajmal says cricket matches without spectators will be full of boredom.
It’s like a deaf cricket match. Fifteen to twenty percent of spectators should be allowed to sit on the ground and watch the match in a bio-secure environment. Pakistan’s chances of success in this series are very low. Winning a match will also be a trophy.
Talking on video link, Saeed Ajmal said that under the new rules, matches will be played in England but Pakistan will be in trouble in Dubai etc. The organizers should allow one thousand spectators to come in the stadium with ten thousand spectators. Talking about the team combination, he said that the Pakistan team is made up of young players, the England series will be difficult for them, it does not seem possible for Pakistan to win the series.
He said that it would be a great thing if the national team wins one and a half matches in the series. As a Pakistani, I pray that the national team performs well in the series. The board has made the best decision by appointing Younis Khan as the batting coach. Younis Khan’s presence in the dressing room will be helpful for the batsmen. Young players will learn a lot from Misbah-ul-Haq, Younis Khan, Waqar Younis and Mushtaq Ahmed. He has acted in many dramas.