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Abdul Razzaq sets his sights on PSL after domestic return

Razzaq is all set to lead the PTV team in the coming season of Pakistan cricket. 

Abdul Razzaq
Abdul Razzaq. (Photo by Francois Nel/Getty Images)

Veteran Pakistani cricketer Abdul Razzaq is all set to stage a comeback in the domestic cricket in Pakistan. The news recently broke out in the media and there have been good wishes coming the way of the veteran all-rounder. Razzaq is all set to lead the PTV team in the coming season of Pakistan cricket. The last time he played in the domestic circuit was way back in the year 2014. He had played a First Class game back them.

Now, he is aiming a comeback in the domestic circuit with an intention of taking steps to the next level. Recently, he revealed that he wishes to push his selection for the coveted T20 league, the Pakistan Super League. Abdul Razzaq expressed his desire to be a part of the popular T20 league next year. He believes that playing the domestic cricket will push his chances of playing in the PSL 2019.

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“I will be captaining PTV this season. I feel completely fit at the moment and my form has been good recently. I hope my performances in the domestic season gets me selected for the PSL next year,” Abdul Razzaq told Daily Express.

What next for Abdul Razzaq?

Commenting further on the same note, the veteran all-rounder cited that he has already conveyed his plans and intentions to the men who matter in the cricket board, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). He revealed that he has had good discussions with the officials. And they have agreed to draft in Abdul Razzaq in the player drafts for the next edition of the PSL is the performances of the veteran cricketer are up to the mark.

“I already told the selectors my plans for the future at the time. We all are agreed that if my form and performances in the domestic season are up to the mark, then I would most certainly be drafted in the next PSL,” Razzaq revealed.

Razzaq had made his international debut for Pakistan way back in 1996. He went on to play 46 Tests, 265 ODIs and 32 T20Is for the national side.

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