Wasim Khan describes Pakistan’s series against England as ‘challenging’
Chief Executive of Pakistan Cricket Board Wasim Khan termed Pakistan’s series against England as challenging.
The Pakistan cricket team is currently in Derby and is conducting training sessions in addition to intra-squad matches, while the first Test of the three-match series against England will start on August 5 at Old Trafford Manchester.
Pakistan Cricket Board chief executive Wasim Khan says Pakistan’s series against England will not be easy as the England team has already played a series of three Test matches against the West Indies and the full match will be in practice. In comparison, our cricketers have not played cricket matches since March, they have only practiced, so I think this series will be challenging for Pakistan.
Wasim Khan said that the positive thing is that the Pakistani squad is working hard, the players are practicing well, matches and training sessions are going on first in Worcester and now in Derby, the coaching staff is also working hard with the players. I am hopeful that when the series starts, the Pakistan team will be fully prepared and successful.