Pakistan will begin their tour of England by three one-day practice matches against Kent, Northampton and Leicestershire. The Sarfaraz-led side will then take on England in a T20 International (T20I) on 5th May, which will be followed by five One-Day Internationals (ODI).
The Pakistan skipper has requested the nation to keep their national team in prayers for their successful campaign in the World Cup. Sarfaraz ensured the passionate Pakistani fans that his team will give its best shot for bringing the coveted trophy back home.
Pakistan has named two extra players in their squad for the five-match series against England, with paceman Mohammad Amir and batsman Asif Ali in addition to the 15 members for the World Cup.