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Stayin' Alive

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Peter and Gideon talk to the evergreen Fawad Ahmed about his globe-trotting, quarantine-heavy T20 lifestyle, about bowling into his forties, and life as a Pakistani Australian who play for Australia and plays in Pakistan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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