LAHORE - Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq is unlikely to be selected for the New Zealand series and World Cup, it was learnt on Friday. Pakistan have yet to announce their one-day squad for the New Zealand series and Abdul Razzaq is not likely to feature in it. Sources close to the selection committee told TheNation that Razzaq was having fitness issues and he may be dropped from the squad. It was also learnt that some officials want younger players in the World Cup squad and senior players are being sidelined. Muhammad Yousuf was dropped from the squad for New Zealand series one-day captain Shahid Afridi has also said that Yousuf was not a Twenty20 player. With Pakistan top fast bowlers out of the squad, the pace department needs experienced players like Razzaq. The argument that only young players are to be included in the one-day squad for sake of it makes no sense. Razzaq was key player in one-day series against South Africa.