Karachi based Pakistani pacer Tabish Khan is hoping to be picked for the upcoming series against the Proteas. The 36 years old pacer has taken 30 wickets in the 9 matches for Sindh at an average of 30.96 in the recently concluded Quaid-i-Azam trophy.
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ALHAMDULILLAH by taking 30 wickets this season i m still in the top charts of QET 2020Once again a top wkt taker of my team sindh.And my hopes are very high for the home series against @OfficialCSA hope i get a chance to serve my country and make my family proud@TheRealPCBMedia pic.twitter.com/01zdaQ5FKl
— IamTabishKhan (@tabbkhan84) January 7, 2021
Tabish has taken 598 wickets in 137 first class matches at an average of 24.29. He made his first-class debut in 2002/03 season. After his performance in the recently concluded QeA Trophy he tweeted that he is very hopeful that he will be selected for the upcoming series against South Africa.