Dean Jones suggests winning formula to Pakistan team
BRISBANE: Former Australian batsman Dean Jones has suggested Pakistan cricket team not to treat one day cricket as T20.
Australian batsman somewhat has given winning formula to Pakistan team for next four remaining matches of the world cup.
Jones encouraged Pakistan team that in 1992 World Cup Pakistan start was also not impressive and opined that the green shirts players should score through single and doubles which they were neglecting in their last two matches against India and West Indies.
He said that the cricket grounds in Australia and New Zealand are too big and it was difficult for the team to increase their score through fours and sixes. Dean suggested that Pakistani teams should concentrate on single and doubles.
Jones of the view that 37% percent of any inning score made through fours and sixes in grounds of Australia and New Zealand and remaining score got through singles and doubles.
Pakistan would face Zimbabwe on March 1st.