Pakistan cricket team leaves for Scotland

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

LAHORE: Pakistan cricket team Wednesday left for Scotland where it would play two one-day matches.

Pakistani squad would play against Scotland on July1. Prince Charles Trust organized a charity match between Pakistan and India, which would be played on July 3.

The 14- member team and officials would reach Glasgow via Manchester. Younis Khan would join the team in England.

While talking to media before departure, captain Shoaib Malik said that all players including Shoaib Akhter are completely fit and would deliver best performance in Scotland.

Team manager Talat Ali said the team is united and no differences exist regarding captain or vice captain.

Fast bowler Shoaib Akhter said that he would proof fitness in Scotland tour. He termed his come back in team as privilege.

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