Former Pakistan captain is dissatisfied with PCB Chief Ramiz Raja’s decision.

Former Pakistan captain is dissatisfied with PCB Chief Ramiz Raja’s decision. Salman Butt dissatisfied with the Pakistan Cricket Board chairman’s decision to bring soil from Australia to prepare drop-in pitches in Pakistan.

Former captain Salman Butt is dissatisfied with Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ramiz Raja’s decision to import Australian soil to prepare drop-in pitches in the country. Butt, the current head coach of the Singapore cricket team, believes that all types of pitches are available in Pakistan and that instead of importing soil from Australia, the management should use soil from venues such as the Diamond Cricket Club (Islamabad) and Quetta, which offer good pace and bounce.

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Salman Butt Dissatisfied with PCB Chief Ramiz Raja’s decision.

“In Pakistan, all types of pitches are available. Diamond soil is recommended if you want bounce and pace (Islamabad). The pitch in Quetta has a lot of bounce and pace as well. Instead of getting the soil from Australia, ask the chairman to go around and look at the pitches in Pakistan “Butt stated this in a video posted to his YouTube channel.

“He should definitely examine the pitches and determine the cause of the pace and bounce. The pitch in Quetta is dry, and the bowl travels quickly. I’m not sure why they don’t get this information. Even if they do, I’m not sure why they have this obsession. But if he insists, let him import the soil “He continued.

During Pakistan’s historic home series against Australia earlier this year, the PCB heavily chastised for producing lifeless tracks.

In fact, the pitch at Rawalpindi for the first Test rated as “below average” by the ICC.

Pakistan eventually fell 0-1 in the three-match series.

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