Former South African fast bowler, Morne Morkel, will be the bowling coach
Former head coach of the Pakistan team, Mickey Arthur, is set to be appointed as the consultant team director by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
Grant Bradburn is likely to work as the assistant coach of the team. Former South African fast bowler, Morne Morkel, is expected to join as the bowling coach, while Andrew Puttick is set to work as the batting coach.
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The coaching panel is expected to join the team before the start of the home series against New Zealand, which is set to begin on April 14, featuring five T20 Internationals and as many ODI matches.
Physio, Cliffe Deacon, and strength and conditioning coach, Drikus Saaiman, are the two foreign coaches already working with the national team.
Mickey will travel to Pakistan for a shorter time period and will return back to Derbyshire where he will be fulfilling duties as the head coach.
However, Morne Morkel will not be part of the coaching panel for the series against New Zealand as he is associated with an Indian Premier League (IPL) team.
Sethi previously said that the final discussion with Mickey Arthur had already taken place to work as a consultant and that he would choose his own support staff according to his wishes.