Karachi, Nov 10(ANI): Interim Pakistan coach Mohsin Khan reckons that Shahid Afridi and Abdul Razzaq inclusion in the team will bolster their chances in the five-match ODI series against Sri Lanka, which starts in the United Arab Emirates on Friday.
Afridi had last played in the ODI series against the West Indies in May, while Razzaq makes a comeback after being dropped due to poor form in the World Cup.
"It's good news for the team. Both Afridi and Razzaq are match-winners. Sohail Tanvir's inclusion is also a positive sign. All three players are showing huge enthusiasm. They are energetic and it's good for the team," Khan told the Express Tribune.
"We now have too many choices. It will create selection issues, but it's a healthy sign. We have the best players available in the squad who will give a tough time to the tour selection committee. This selection headache is what I wanted and I'm very happy with the presence of such top cricketers in our pool," he added.
He also lauded the selection of wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed.
"Adnan [Akmal] performed well, but Sarfraz has shown good promise. This is part of a rotation policy which has given us a good backup of players," Khan said. (ANI)