Pakistan’s cricket coach Dav Whatmore on Friday warned his team against being complacent when it faces lowly Zimbabwe next week in a tour considered important for blooding new players.
The 59-year-old former Australian batsman said the team was training hard for the two Twenty20, three one-day and two Test matches and would not take its opposition lightly.
“We may be playing Zimbabwe in Zimbabwe but they are still very important for Pakistan,” he said. The danger that I see anyway is complacency. We don’t want to be complacent in any of our make-up with this cricket.” — AFP