KARACHI: Pakistan women cricket team coach Mansoor Rana believes that spinners will be the key in the series against West Indies that starts from August 28 in Kingston.
Pakistan play four One-Day Internationals and four Twenty20s on the tour.
Rana, who is preparing the squad at a 10-day camp in Muridke, said West Indies struggle against spin and therefore Saadia Yousuf, Bismah Maroof, Nida Dar and Sana Mir will be the key for Pakistan.
“I think spinners will make a huge difference,” Rana told The Express Tribune. “West Indies aren’t that good at in tackling spin and our strategy is to score as many runs as possible and then leave it to the spinners.
“Meanwhile, Nain Abidi has recovered from injury and her presence in the batting order strengthens our team.”
Published in The Express Tribune, August 15th, 2011.
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