Pakistan’s wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan said that some players want to rest before the T20 World Cup in order that the team remains mentally and physically fit the tournament.Pakistan is scheduled to play the ODI series against Afghanistan in Sri Lanka during the primary week of September. Currently, Pakistan is playing in West Indies and preparing for the 2nd Test against West Indies.In an interview, Rizwan told,
“We are playing continuously for last eight to nine months and therefore the main thing is we are playing bio-secure bubble which is sort of tough,”He added, “Our main event is T20 World Cup and most of the senior players want to rest. Our physio has also suggested rest for our body and therefore the players sitting on the bench have the simplest opportunity to showcase themselves,”However, Rizwan denied the rumors that Chief Selector Mohammad Wasim and Babar Azam are divided on the choice of the team members.He said,
“I didn’t hear that there was any problem between the captain and therefore the chief selectorHe further said, there’s no such thing that the captain and therefore the chief selector aren’t on an equivalent page, we are all one. Yes, there are often differences in opinion but within the end, we attempt to make decisions within the favor of the team,”For now, Mohammad Rizwan is self-assured that his team will make a comeback within the 2nd Test against the West Indies after losing the first test by 1 wicket only.