Pakistan have taken a higher ratio of the young sensation in the squad for England tour. As the three-match test series is about to be kicked off, the veterans do not have much expectance from the young side and believe that home-siders England hold the card.
The CEO of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has clearly explained that England, that have already played main matches against West Indies would have made them pro whereas, team Pakistan has only indulged in the practice matches other than the real international game. He believes that the home-siders hold the card of an advantage having their home-grounds and they have much more experienced players.
The series is going to be a real tough challenge for Pakistan according to the CEO.
Wasim Khan: The series against England won’t be easy
“The series against England will not be easy because before that the England team would have played an entire series with the West Indies. On the other hand, our players would not have had any real match practice. All they would’ve had played are practice matches,” Waseem told Geo Super.
“This is why I think the upcoming series will be challenging for Pakistan.”
The sides will be featuring in three test matches that are to be played at Old Trafford, Ageas Bowl, and Ageas Bowl respectively, whereas, the three T20Is will be played at Old Trafford.
It has been decided that the series will be resumed behind closed doors to avoid the spreading of the Coronavirus
The sides will be seen in action on the mentioned below dates:
5-9 Aug – 1st Test, Old Trafford
13-17 Aug – 2nd Test, Ageas Bowl
21-25 Aug – 3rd Test, Ageas Bowl
28 Aug – 1st T20I, Old Trafford
30 Aug – 2nd T20I, Old Trafford
1 Sep – 3rd T20I, Old Trafford