Shaun Tait is all set to Coach Pakistan Team

Australia’s former pacer, Shaun Tait, is all set to arrive in the country for coaching the Pakistani side. According to the update provided by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Tait will land on 9th March in Karachi and will join the team after undergoing a three-day isolation period. 

The 39-year-old was due to come early before the beginning of the first Test in Rawalpindi but his arrival got delayed to his father’s demise on the 22nd of last month. He was integrated as Pakistan’s fast-bowling coach for a period of 12 months on 8th February by PCB.

The Adelaide star will coach the Pakistani side ahead of the second Test of a series of three, scheduled to take place in Karachi National Stadium, Karachi from March 12 to 16. Along with Tait, Muhammad Yousaf was named as the Batting Coach while Saqlain Mushtaq joined the duties of Head Coach.

The Australian fast-bowler hasn’t played many Tests in his career but has a unique talent for producing fast deliveries. He played a crucial role for Australia in the 2007 World Cup campaign where he took 23 important wickets. Before being handed the coaching duties in Pakistan, the bowler was working with the Afghanistan cricket team. He left the coaching role after the Afghanistan turmoil in August last year.

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