The newly introduced domestic structure in Pakistan has initiated a lot of discussions which had never been done before as the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has taken some bold steps to improve the quality of cricket being played in the country.
Former Pakistani Test cricketer Bazid Khan has urged the PCB to improve the quality of pitches being produced in the country as it would help in nourishing the abilities of batsmen in the country.
Bazid Khan with the newly appointed bowling coach of Pakistan
He advised the board to keep an eye on the curators who should also be held responsible for poor tracks in local games.
Moreover, Bazid believes that the curators should be able to work efficiently on in the new system as it would give them enough time in between the games to work on the pitch, with matches scheduled to be held across 9 stadiums throughout the country.