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Shahid Afridi has rated Pakistan as the best lim-
ited-overs outfit in the world, but wanted his side
to improve their fielding. Afridi is currently under-
going a week-long rehabilitation after suffering a
strain during the Asia Cup, but was confident of
recovering in time for the World T20 starting next
"I can t see a better (limited-overs) combination
in the world than Pakistan because our bowling is
good, batting is good but the only mistake we are
doing that s in fielding and fielding is the most essen-
tial thing in limited-overs cricket," Afridi said at the
National Cricket Academy in Lahore.
Pakistan s team was set to leave for the World T20
in Bangladesh yesterday, but Afridi is expected to
join them early next week. "I am recovering well. I
am sure I will play at least one warm-up match."
Pakistan s warm-up matches are next Monday and
Wednesday, after which they open their campaign
in a high-profile match against India. "We will do
our best, all will join in that effort in the India match.
We won the last match against India and I think that
will give us benefit."
Afridi was at his explosive best in the Asia Cup,
starring in victories over India and Bangladesh, and
was looking at a floating position in the batting order
at the World T20. "I think one should be flexible,
if there are five-six overs left then I can go up the
order but it will depend on situation and overs."
Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has
offered its national cricketers a flat
fee for ICC tournament participa-
tion, as well as further tiers of
incentivised payment, in response
to the players demands for a 20
per cent cut of the gross sum
received by SLC for global events.
SLC s proposal represents a sig-
nificant stride towards settling the
ongoing contracts standoff, but the
players are yet to agree to the
revised terms for the two ICC tour-
naments on the horizon.
The team has been offered a
guaranteed US$500,000 for its par-
ticipation in the imminent World
T20 in Bangladesh, with a further
US$250,000 to be earned if they
reach the final, and another
US$250,000 if they win the tour-
Both nominally and proportion-
ally, the incentives are better for
next year s 50-over World Cup.
There, the board has offered
US$750,000 for participation,
US$250,000 for a semifinal placing,
another US$250,000 for a final
berth, and US$750,000 more if Sri
Lanka win the World Cup.
The figures had been deliberated
at an executive committee meeting
yesterday, after the players and
board had met for negotiations on
Wednesday. SLC CEO Ashley de
Silva said the board had presented
these figures to the players, and
were hopeful of a positive response
from the team. The parties seek a
solution before the team leaves for
the World T20 early on Sunday.
"We have conveyed our decision
to the captain Angelo Mathews and
the vice-captain Dinesh Chandi-
mal," de Silva said. "They will also
discuss it over with the senior play-
ers. They were quite happy with it,
but so far we haven t got any feed-
back from them.
"The response was good when it
was conveyed to them, so hopefully,
I think it should be okay."
De Silva did not specify the sum
the board expected from the ICC
for these events, but said that if the
team reached the final of each tour-
nament, they would be paid close
to 20 per cent of the figure the
board had itself received. He also
said the board would leave the deci-
sion of how this money should be
divided within the squad, to the
discretion of the captain. (ESPN-
SLC offers contract compromise
Shahid Afridi on his strain: "I am recovering well. I
am sure I will play at least one warm-up match"
Afridi: Pakistan best
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