KARACHI (Agencies) Former Pakistan captain Imran Khan has described the Australian team as one of the weakest he has seen in years. This is one of the weakest Australian teams I have seen play, they are still recovering from the loss of some great players but they are surviving because of their strong domestic structure, Imran said in private TV show on Sunday. Pakistan suffered a whitewash on their recent tour of Australia, losing the test series 3-0, the one-dayers 5-0 as well as defeat in the lone Twenty20 match. Imran, who played 88 tests and 175 one-day internationals, said the biggest problem affecting Pakistan cricket was a weak domestic structure. That is why we are not thriving despite having so much raw talent. We should have beaten this Australian team in the recent series, he said. Meanwhile, Imran in private TV talk show Imran Khan called for an end to ad-hocism and government interference in Pakistan cricket which he said have been damaging the game in the country. Ad-hocism, the influence of departmental teams and the practice of the President being chief patron of the cricket board are the three major causes for our cricket problems, Imran said. Our domestic structure is still weak and one of the main reasons for our teams inconsistent performances. Unless we have only regional cricket and unless we end this ad-hocism in cricket nothing will improve, he added. In no country is the President head of cricket board, in no country do parliamentary committees evaluate teams performances, he said taking a dig at the National Assembly Standing Committee on Sports whose chairman Jamshed Dasti was also present on the show. Imran said Pakistan crickets biggest mistake was changing the captains too often. Tell me in which country is the (PCB) chairman or captain changed if a team loses. We make this mistake all the time, but we need to improve our system. Since I retired so many captains have been changed. It has served no purpose, he said. But former Test captains Aamir Sohail and Javed Miandad, who spoke, reminded Imran that in Pakistan the cricket system was different. In no country was the board chairman nominated by the President nor did he enjoy the sweeping powers he enjoyed in Pakistan which led to unilateral decisions and problems in the team, they said. Imran, however, admitted that the Australian side Pakistan played against recently was one of the weakest Aussie teams he had seen. With the talent that we have we should have beaten them. This Australian team can be beaten by South Africa and England will also give them a tough time. But the Australians have managed to stay on top only because of their solid domestic cricket structure, said Imran. Imran agreed that there appeared to be a lack of discipline in the team but said this was not a serious problem and could be fixed with proper management. Jamshed Dasti reiterated his point of view that the cricket board under chairman Ijaz Butt remained a hub of corruption. The NA standing committee will continue to work and try to clean up the cricket set up and we will make these people accountable for causing damage to Pakistan cricket, he said. Dasti said the committee was now anxious for President Asif Zardari to also take some notice of the poor state of affairs in cricket and appoint a new chairman. PCB summons coach, captain An evaluation committee issued a demand on Sunday for Pakistan coach Intikhab Alam and captain Mohammad Yousuf to explain the teams dismal Pakistan lost all their matches on the tour the Tests by 3-0 and One-day matches by 5-0 before going down in the only Twenty20 match on Friday. The results have prompted an investigation by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). The six-man committee is headed by former captain Wasim Bari, who is the PCBs chief operating officer, and includes another former captain, Wasim Akram, in place of Haroon Rasheed, who was originally named as a member. The others on the board are PCB governing Board member Wazir Ali Khoja, PCB director Zakir Khan, former team manager Yawar Saeed and PCB legal adviser Taffazul Rizvi. Bari said the committee will start its work this coming Friday. We are starting our evaluation work from Friday and on the first day coach Alam and manager Raqeeb have been invited and the following day our captain Yousuf will appear, Bari said. Pakistan have a history of probing their defeats, having also initiated inquiries over the teams first round exit from the 50-over World Cups in the West Indies three years ago and in South Africa in 2003. Earlier Pakistan coach Alam took full responsibility for the teams dismal show, and vowed not to run away from any investigation. I will not run away and will face an investigation, said Alam after the team returned home on Sunday. I am not going to comment on any resignation but I take full responsibility for the defeat. Pakistan captain Mohammad Yousuf, who returned to Pakistan on Wednesday, vowed to continue as skipper despite a hint from the PCB that there will be a change of captaincy. Bari said the terms of references of the committee included match performance, player discipline and any other issue relating to the tour of Australia. The committee will also probe all-rounder Shahid Afridis ball-tampering case in the fifth and final One-dayer in Perth last Sunday. Afridi, leading Pakistan in the match in place of rested Yousuf, was caught biting the ball on two separate occasions. He was banned for two Twenty20 matches.