Following the first leg of training and practice camp at Worcestershire, the Pakistan cricket team in England will travel and reach Derby today (13th July), where the second leg of Pakistan cricket team’s practice will commence.
The first leg comprised of intrasquad matches and various net practice and training sessions at Worcestershire.
The Pakistan cricket team now in Derby will start their second leg of training and practice camp, this will also include a couple of intrasquad four-day matches and various net practice and training sessions.
After a media conference session by a team representative on 14th of July, Pakistan cricket team players will have their first practice and training sessions on 15th and 16th of July at Derby.
Starting from 17th of July Pakistan cricket team players will have their first four-day intrasquad practice match at derby for which session by session updates and pictures will be provided by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) online.
After the four day game, the squad will undergo another two days of training and net practice sessions on 22nd and 23rd of July after another media session over video conference on 21st of July.
The side will play their second four-day intrasquad practice match from 24th to 27th of July, these matches will help the Pakistan cricket squad in England to get back to their forms and also get used to English conditions quickly plus management will also be able to test players more often before the final contest and select the best possible elevens for the upcoming test match series versus the English who are currently playing a three-match test series versus the West Indies.
After this, a team representative will hold a third media conference over the internet on 28th of July and afterwards Pakistan cricket team players in England will have their last couple days of practice and training sessions on 29th and 30th July respectively before leaving for Manchester on 1st of August where they will face the host England on 5th of August at Old Trafford.