Pakistan Blind Cricket team eager to win the World Cup title

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Pakistan Blind Cricket team eager to get the World Cup title

The Blind Cricket World Cup will be starting from 7th January 2018 in which players from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA will also represent the Pakistan team.

Pakistan has been chosen to host the 5th edition of the Blind Cricket World Cup along with the United Arab Emirates starting from January.

In a special conversation with ARY News, KPK’s Sanaullah Marwat, Haroon Khan, and Mohammad Asif said that they had done a lot of preparations for the World Cup, also has participated in various campuses before. The fitness, bowling, batting training of the National team was coached under the supervision of experienced coaches.

Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC) will be organizing the mega event in which Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, Bangladesh, and Nepal will clash for the world title.

Mehmand Agency’s Mohsin Mehmand will debut his international career in this World Cup. Mohsin said we will get Pakistan the World Cup title as we are well-prepared for that.

The eleven matches of blind World Cup will be played in Dubai, while seven matches are set to be played in Pakistan.

The matches are scheduled at different venues including Ajman in the UAE, in Lahore, Faisalabad, and Gujranwala.

The final of the event will be played on 21st January at Gaddafi stadium Lahore.