In a country consumed by the powers of mysticism, absolute devotion can only stem from a miracle.
Amongst the many follies of Pakistan cricket, it is the imbalanced flow of energy in an ODI innings that sticks out.
PCB chairman Misbah-ul-Haq has urged the ICC Executive committee to give Pakistan more Tests.
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For the world's most inconsistent team, the last thing you want to tinker with too much is a settled combination.
While Pakistani cricketers have disappointed, their observers have been just as bad.
Are players with mediocre domestic batting records expected to improve their numbers at the international stage?
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Misbah has always done well to avoid confrontation. But is it now time to do the unexpected?
Only when I fail in the middle should people point fingers: Faisal Iqbal
Whether he is slow death or Pakistan’s saviour, Misbah appears to be clearly aware of the approach that he has adopted.
In recent times, Pakistan has essentially been fielding four specialist batsmen, a keeper and six specialist bowlers.
"I confess that I wish Virat Kohli was a Pakistani and Shoaib Malik was an Indian."
Expect plenty of fireworks when Pakistan take on the West Indies in the second match of Group 'B'.
When Pakistan play in England there's no shortage of fans and scandals; Misbah will hope there's more of the former.
It will not get easier for the tourists as Ireland will look to cross the finishing line this time.
With the gap in talent and rankings between the two teams, it should be a routine win for Pakistan.
Pakistani batsmen are infamous for collapsing frequently but they cannot expect their bowlers to always save the day.