England include 18-year-old bowler in squad, age less than Anderson’s career

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England include 18-year-old bowler in squad, age less than Anderson's career

The England team will tour Pakistan in December. In this round, a series of 3 test matches will be played between the two teams. The first Test match of the series will be played at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium from 1 December. England have spun 18-year-old Rehan Ahmed’s legs as part of the Test squad for this series. Rehan is a complete bowler. Rehan attracted everyone with his performance in county cricket.

If Rehan gets a chance in the Test series against Pakistan, he will become the youngest player to make his Test cricket debut for England. Speaking about the age of himself and the team’s senior fast bowler, James Anderson, Rehan said: “he’s played more international cricket than my age.” Rehan Ahmed was born in 2004. At the same time, James Anderson made his international debut in 2002.

Rehan’s father, Naeem, is Pakistani. Naeem grew up in Pakistan but moved to the Midlands to drive a taxi. Rehan’s father, Naeem, was also an all-rounder. But he couldn’t play cricket. What Naeem himself couldn’t do, he wanted his son to play cricket. Now it remains to be seen whether Rehan can make his Test debut against Pakistan or not.

Significantly, the Test series being played between England and Pakistan will start from Thursday 1st December. The first match will be played in Rawalpindi. At the same time, the second match of the series will be played in Multan from Friday, December 9 to Tuesday, December 13 and the third match will be played in Karachi from Saturday, December 17 to Wednesday, December 21.

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