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According to recent reports, Pakistan is mulling over the possibility of making changes to its captains for each of the following formats:

Because it is anticipated that three distinct individuals will lead the Pakistan cricket team throughout its three distinct iterations, a proposal to alter the fortunes of the national squad is currently being studied. This is because the team will have three different incarnations. According to our sources, Babar Azam will continue to serve as the captain of the Twenty20 squad; however, we anticipate that he will stand aside from the leadership roles he now holds in the 50-over and 100-over formats of the game.

Najaf Sethi has taken over as the new head of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) after Ramiz Raja was forced out of his role as chairman of the organisation. In addition, Shahid Afridi has been appointed to serve as the chief selector in an interim capacity for the time being. And despite all of the adjustments that have been done off the field, it would seem that the influence of the fresh air will be recognisable inside the first 22 yards of the field. According to a number of sources, Pakistan is said to be considering the prospect of having a new captain for each version of the game.

There is a chance that Sarfaraz Ahmed may lead Pakistan in Test matches once again in the not too distant future:

The Express-News reported that Babar Azam will only continue to serve as captain for Twenty20 International matches (T20Is). This material was obtained from a news outlet based in Pakistan. There is some speculation that Sarfaraz Ahmed could return to lead Pakistan in test matches, while Shan Masood will take up leadership of one-day internationals.

During the series that Pakistan played against New Zealand

 Sarfaraz played his first game of Test cricket in a long time. He was the greatest Pakistani player, and Pakistan won the series. Pakistan emerged victorious in the series. After scoring a combined 335 runs during the course of both of the competition’s games, the wicketkeeper who also batted was named Player of the Series. He has been Pakistan’s captain for a total of 13 Test matches, four of which have resulted in victories for the team.

Babar Azam is under a lot of pressure due to the amount of work that he has to do, and the management committee of the Pakistan Cricket Board is aware of this. As a direct consequence of this, they are considering the option of selecting new captains for each of the three formats they will be playing.

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