The Men in Green have started their practice session at the Islamabad Club Cricket Ground today
Pakistan cricket team is all set to face England in a three-match Test series which will begin in December.
The Men in Green have started their practice session at the Islamabad Club Cricket Ground today, as this series is important for them if they want to qualify for the finals of the ICC World Test Championship 2022-23.
The three lions have already started their practice session as the team is currently in Abu Dhabi and will arrive in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, on November 27. This will be England's first visit after 17 years in Pakistan to play a Test series.
Pakistan has picked young guns like Mohammad Ali and Abrar Ahmed based on their performance in the domestic side and are likely to make their debut in the first Test, which will be played in Rawalpindi on December 01.
18-year-old Rehan Ahmed came out as a surprise package as England added the young lad to their squad for the all-important Test series, which is also important for the three lions in order to qualify for the World Test Championship final.
It is to be noted that England is scheduled to arrive in Pakistan on November 27 in Islamabad. The first Test will start on December 1 at the Pindi Cricket Stadium.