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Hoping for the place in cricket world cup 2015 says Shoaib Malik

Former Pakistan’s captain, Shoaib Malik on Wednesday said that he wants to play in upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, but needs some clarity about his role and must be told what is expecting from him. The 32-year-old Discarded played his last game in June 2013 and he was included in Pakistan 30-man Probable squad for the upcoming mega tournament. Pakistan selection committee is likely to announce the final 15-man before the dead line January 7 after watching. Australia and New Zealand will co-host the cricket world cup 2015 from February 14 to March 29. Malik also admitted that he was eager to play for Pakistan in the cricket world cup 2015. "The World Cup is a mega event and every ones dream”.

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