Grant Flower also singled out Pakistan opening batsman Ahmed Shehzad as another "interesting" character.
Just two days before the match, Pakistan batting coach Grant Flower says his side is looking forward to a return of the red ball and a hard MCG pitch for the Test.
Grant Flower admitted that some of the Pakistani players had mental and technical problems while some came under pressure. This was why they were not delivering to their potential in the World Cup.
Ahmed Shehzad said Grant Flower played a big role in the turnaround of batting form of the Pakistani batsmen, who have scored a plethora of hundreds against Australia and New Zealand in Test matches in the United Arab Emirates.
Grant Flower, the brother of former Zimbabwe skipper, Andy Flower has been given a two-year contract by the Pakistan Cricket Board after he applied for the position two months back.
PCB chairman Zaka Ashraf, in a recent interview, had made it clear that the batting coach, whether a foreigner or a local, he has to be someone who has played modern day cricket and was fit enough to train with the players.
PCB chairman, Zaka Ashraf, had made it clear that the candidate would have to be someone who has played modern-day cricket and is fit enough to train with the players.
Zimbabwe batting coach Grant Flower on Saturday criticised ICC's proposal to make 50-over World Cup a 10-team affair in 2015, terming it a "backward" step and detrimental to the growth of cricket in smaller nations.
The Zimbabwe team which is going to play their first World Cup match against defending champions Australia on Monday is all set to take on the Kangaroos.
Grant Flower returned to the Zimbabwe team after a 6 year gap for the 1st of 3 one-day internationals against SA in Bloemfontein on Friday.