Karachi: Pakistan's former captain Wasim Akram has credited current skipper Misbah-ul-Haq for bringing positive changes to the team.
Akram, who is in England to commentate in the Champions Trophy and is also helping the Pakistani bowlers with his tips, said that Misbah deserved praise for his change in attitude and approach to the game. He also termed West Indies as the most dangerous side of the competition.

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He expressed surprise that no one talked about the danger posed to all teams by brilliant players like Kieron Pollard, Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo and others in the West Indies team.
"They have brilliant wicket taking bowlers. They have more one-day experience. It will be very interesting to see how the West Indian side plays," Akram said.
When asked if India will be under pressure due to the IPL spot-fixing scandal, Akram said that in such a situation players normally don't admit that they are under pressure but it does have its affects.
Commenting on Pakistan team's win over South Africa in the warm-up match, he said he was happy to see a collective effort.
He said that Pakistan had struggled in South Africa during their recent tour due to different pitches and conditions.


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