Abid Ali Kazi

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Abid Ali Kazi is a cricket statistician and historian based in Pakistan.

Abid Ali Kazi's major contribution to cricket is compiling the history of Pakistan cricket and the scorecards of many first-class matches which remained largely undocumented till the 1990s. Kazi's efforts appear as five volumes in the series First class cricket in Pakistan which cover the period 1947-48 to 1974-75.

Kazi is a founder member of the Pakistan Association of Cricket Statisticians and Scorers and is the Pakistan correspondent of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack. He also contributed to the 'Pakistan Book of Test Cricket' in 1982.

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