Lahore, Dec. 15 (ANI): Javiad Miandad and Waqar Younis, the two former giants of Pakistan cricket, have expressed their concerns over the team's preparations for the New Zealand tour ahead of World Cup.
Waqar raised questions over the team's standards of preparations for the forthcoming world cup, reports The News.
Talking to the media, Waqar was of the view that though boys have done their best in training camp, seeing the last four or five murky months for Pakistan cricket, players' performance may not be up to the mark in the mega event.
Currently, the management is paying more attention to the form and fitness of boys instead of 'big names', Waqar added.
Former captain and Batting Consultant, Javaid Miandad, provided players with key batting tips during training sessions, he informed.
He said players need proper and sincere guidance while boys have proved to be responsible enough whenever nation pinned hopes on them.
The team would fly to New Zealand on November 18.(ANI)