LAHORE Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram said Pakistan were 'terribly out of order in the World Twenty20 in the West Indies. Pakistan lost to England by six wickets in the Super Eight stage and earlier they were defeated by Australia in the opening round. Wasim, in his column at ESPN, wrote: Pakistan on the other hand tasted another defeat on Thursday, this time at the hands of England, and looked terribly out of order. He said: They have not yet been able to decide on their best-choice XI. Players have not played competitive cricket in last two months or so. No wonder why they have been on pins and needles in the tournament so far. Batting has not really come off for the Pakistanis. If Kamran Akmal does not fire at the top, the team looks in disarray. Misbah-ul-Haq is not looking the player he was at the inaugural edition three years ago in South Africa. The defending champions batting needs immediate address, he pointed out. He further stated that the wait is finally over for cricket fans Its India versus Australia in the Super Eights of World T20 at Bridgetown. Its difficult to say who will come out on top, but one thing is sure that it is going to be a real cracker. India are a very good team and so far they have lived up to the expectations. People were saying that because of the IPL, the Indian players will be tired in the West Indies, but, let me tell you, when we play for our country all slackness disappears and passion comes rushing back. They have been batting well, bowling well and fielding well, and they have a very good captain in Mahendra Singh Dhoni. He is always on the ball and leads from the front, making India a very formidable outfit. Whatever may be result, it is going to be a high-octane match, to be sure, Wasim said. PCB imposed bans without proper evidence: Younus lawyer Former Pakistan captain Younus Khans lawyer Ahmed Qayyum believes the PCB does not have sufficient evidence to impose life bans on players. It has been learnt that the PCB did not supply any solid evidence to the lawyer to move ahead in the case. Qayyum asked for all the proofs that led to the ban of Younus Khan when the two - the lawyer and Younus appeared before the one-man appeal tribunal of Justice (r) Irfan Qadir. Sources said that the lawyer was shown a video of the hearing by the PCB in which 18 persons investigated and there was no documentary or other evidence against Younus. The PCB after two back-to-back catastrophic tours of New Zealand and Australia held an inquiry through a committee headed by Wasim Bari which recommended bans and fines of seven players. Apart from Mohammad Yousuf, six players including Younus Khan, Rana Naved, Shoaib Mailk, Shahid Afridi, Kamran Akmal and Umer Akmal filed appeals. The committee was formed to investigate Australia tour only but the document we received says that New Zealand tour was also in the discussion of investigation and interestingly, Younis wasnt the part of the New Zealand tour. So on what grounds my client was banned we still dont know, asked the lawyer. According to an official of the PCB, they were shown the evidence and if they want to see all the documents then they would need the tribunals directions.