Pakistan Cricket Board Chief Executive Wasim Khan today thanked and congratulated the 44-member squad on the completion of a challenging, demanding and unprecedented tour of England in the backdrop of the Covid-19 situation that made the players adhere to strict protocols, including restricted movement during their 10-week tour.
Half-centuries by Mohammad Hafeez and debutant Haider Ali set a thrilling five-run win for Pakistan in the last T20I against England as the tourists levelled the three-match series 1-1 at the Old Trafford, Manchester, on Tuesday.
Some of the most respected and credible voices in cricket have thrown their weight behind the Pakistan men’s cricket team despite their 1-0 defeat in the ICC World Test Championship series against England,
Abid Ali’s 162-ball 42 had Pakistan at 100 for two in their second innings at the close of play on day four of the third ICC World Test Championship fixture against England at the Ageas Bowl Southampton on Monday.
Following positive discussions, the England & Wales Cricket Board, (ECB) the International Cricket Council (ICC) have agreed to revised start times ahead of the #raisethebat third Test starting on Friday at the Ageas Bowl.
England’s virtual media conference with head coach Chris Silverwood ahead of the #raisethebat third Test versus Pakistan at the Ageas Bowl. England currently leads the series 1-0 with one Test to play.
Jofra Archer is expected to make a comeback and will most likely replace Sam Curran in the playing XI. This will imply England's batting line-up getting lighter, but they have to take the risk to go for the glory of a series win.
Abid Ali was struck on the helmet while fielding at forward short-leg on day three of the intra-squad match on Sunday afternoon. Abid Ali has shown no signs of concussion but has undergone a precautionary CT scan which also has returned normal.
Pakistan men’s national cricket team have started their preparations for the Test and T20I series against England with a two-day inter-squad scenario-based practice match played on 5-6 July at Worcester.
Pakistan Cricket Board Chief Executive Wasim Khan and Test captain Azhar Ali held virtual media conferences on Saturday afternoon. Wasim Khan updated the media on the latest Covid-19 player tests, while Azhar Ali shared his views on the upcoming tour of England for which the side departs on Sunday morning.