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Yasir Hameed: At 36 and still hoping

KARACHI: Discarded Test batsman Yasir Hameed may be 36, but is not willing to throw the towel on his career just yet; instead, he is planning a comeback in the national team after showing form in the last domestic season.

The right-hand opening batsman has represented Pakistan in 25 Tests, scoring 1,491 runs at an average of 32.41, while he scored 2,028 runs in ODIs at a better average of 36.87.

"I'm keeping myself fit and scoring runs in domestic cricket because I want to make a ... Full Story

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