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Its a real opportunity for one of the other young players to step up. In terms of leadership we will have it covered within the team, but Misbahs been an unbelievable captain for Pakistan for such a long time that to replace him is very, very difficult.What are your thoughts about a possible replacement? Weve got two options. Mohammad Rizwan can slot into the middle order - hes travelled around with us for a long time. Hes trained with us. He went through the England series. We sent him back to play some domestic cricket and he responded by getting 167 and a 95. Thats one option. Or we can have a look at Sharjeel Khan. If we use Sharjeel at the top of the order, that makes quite a few changes.Are you hesitant to do that, with the openers bedded in recently, and Azhar Ali making runs? That becomes an issue because Azhar might have to go back down to three, and Babar Azam - our young gun, who I think is going to play for Pakistan for a long time and do really well - slides down to six, and Asad Shafiq might have to go back up. Its a lot of disruptions to our batting order. Weve just got to have a look at the pitch and decide what we think is the best combination.What we do know is Sharjeel brings an ability to take the game away from the opposition in one session. He does that. He reminds me of a young David Warner when he came into the Australia side. If we can get Sharjeels defensive game to where it needs to be, it could be very exciting for us, because he can be very destructive at the top of the order. Thats something exciting - theres a bit of romance there, if you like. Then you have Rizwan, who has wholehearted grit and determination. Hes a very, very good player.If Sharjeels defence has a little way to go, will conditions determine your decision? I think so. His defence is good - and Ive told him this - but for him to become a Test batsman, we just need to keep working on the defensive side of his game. Hes got a very good attacking side.Youve got that settled middle order, but is your top three something that still needs work? To a point. I think Samis done really well. Hes showed a real maturity. Azhars done exceptionally well whenever hes had a go at the top of the order - hes a quality player. The dilemma for us in the last Test was whether Asad Shafiq stayed at three or we moved Babar in at three. One of them was going to bat three and one was going to bat six. We went to Asad at six because that was the sort of stable batting order for a long period of time. I think Babar has the capability to bat No. 3. Thats where he bats for his local team and in one-day cricket. There is no problem with Babar. Technically hes all good.You left out Wahab Riaz on a green pitch in the last match, which suggests you are picking attacks based on the pitch… The dilemma we had in the last Test - and this could go a long way to stopping all the questions Im getting from Pakistan - was that we preferred Rahat Ali in the Test because of the pitch conditions. We wanted seam bowlers and swingers of the ball, rather than a guy who can bowl really quick. We thought thats what the wicket determined, and were proved right in that regard.The other option we had was whether we played all four seamers and left Yasir out. The thing with that for me - and Ive seen it over such a long period of time - is that a quality spin bowler like Yasir can attack and defend for you. Had the game gone into day five, I think spin would have played a big role. So often you select for the first innings, because you see the pitch is green. Im of the opinion that if three quick bowlers wont do it, then neither will four. 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He is a phenomenal bowler, because he provides us both options. Weve just got to use him when the conditions are right. Then he becomes our trump card.Mohammad Amirs made a good return to cricket, but we havent yet seen him get those big hauls yet. What does he have to improve to do that? Hes been very good since hes come back. Hes had a lot of dropped catches - particularly in England. But hes bowling well and hes getting better. Every time I see him bowl, I see pace coming back and I see confidence coming back. Hes starting to swing the ball again. Hes got his confidence to bowl his bouncer. Im hoping he hits his stride soon and gets rewards for all the work hes put in.Have you seen him change mentally in the time youve been involved? Yes, that confidence is there because hes now being judged just as a cricketer again. Hes a wonderful bowler and a wonderful feller - hes really a good bloke. His work ethic is second to none.Despite the horses-for-courses outlook, is he someone that will be considered on any kind of pitch? Yeah he is, because he swings the ball at good pace. But again, our bowlers know that theres no comfort zone for anybody. They know that at any given time, weve got another four bowlers that can do the job. So its great. Theres a nice little bit of internal competition going on, though they are a tight unit.If you do well over the next four Tests, you do have a chance to push for that No. 1 ranking. How much does that motivate the side? Its a massive thing for Pakistan. To get to No. 1 after our England series was amazing - they havent played at home for so long. The players have spoken about their desire to get that No. 1 tag back and the motivation is as big as its ever been. But were under no illusions. Its going to be tough. New Zealand played unbelievably well in the last match and were really disciplined. They are a tough team and well have to play very well to beat them.Then we go to Australia, who are regrouping, but in their home conditions, are going to be very strong. Theres quality there. Were playing Test matches away from home in very tough conditions, but there is a desire to get there.The teams pushing for that top spot are all flawed in some way. Where do you think Pakistan has most room for improvement? We just want to keep getting better and better outside subcontinent conditions. Were going to be challenged down here with the short ball and the pace of the wicket. I know, because Ive coached against subcontinent teams when I was with South Africa and Australia. When a subcontinent team arrives, youre going to bounce them. Youre going to come hard at them for all the times that you got nailed by spin in the subcontinent. Thats whats going to happen to us. Weve got to be up for that challenge. 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