LAHORE – Pakistan’s all formats captain Babar Azam has backed the national team’s bowling attack ahead of the house series against South Africa. Speaking with the reporters here on Tuesday, Babar stated he was excited that the South African team was visiting Pakistan after a duration of more than 13 years. “I will be back in action in the series. I am not stressed over the team’s bowling attack and have trust in my bowlers.” About Mohammad Amir’s non-inclusion in the group, Babar stated the pacer’s efficiency has suffered recently however added that the choice committee would be inclined to consist of the quick bowler in the team if he performs. Babar stated he would go over team mix with the choice committee. “To build a team, you require to give consistent opportunities to gamers. The more global cricket they play, the better it is for the team.” The skipper said there is a lot of talent in the squad. “I like Abdullah Shafiq while Faheem Ashraf has improved also. Naseem Shah had a difficult time but it’s not required a player would carry out well in every series. Players need to be backed if they perform inadequately in one series.” About New Zealand tour, the skipper said it was hard for him to remain for 3 weeks particularly when the team required him. “But injuries belong to the video game.”