Pakistan Cricket Team has been down and dusted with the practicing and training for Day 3 ahead of a two-match Test series against West Indies.
The purpose of the National Test Cricketers’ camp at NSK
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) kicked off a training camp at the National Stadium Karachi to continue learning the match scenario. The players will step in the ground once again the next day to better learn the tactics and implementing them on the Pakistan tour of the West Indies to begin in the shorter course.
Under the supervision of Saqlain Mushtaq and Mohammad Yousuf, the National High-Performance Center’s (NHPC) coaches, the bowlers, and batters are improving and preparing for the upcoming series respectively.
Muhammad Abbas, the pacer is willing to deliver his masterpieces deliveries. He believes the pace bowling line-up has been strengthened with the inclusions of Shahnawaz Dahani and Naseem Shah. He also remembers his debut series triumph in 2017.
Won the debut series in 2017, which is memorable. With the arrival of Dhani and Naseem Shah, the fast bowling department has become stronger. I will try to do well in the West Indies. The training camp in Karachi has greatly benefited the performance.
Muhammad Yusuf, the batting coach added that,
The West Indies series will be challenging. I am trying to transfer my experience to the players for the series against West Indies. We will play with the Duke ball in the West Indies.
Match scenario practice will help the series and winning recently from South Africa has boosted confidence.
One of the coaches, Ateeq uz Zaman uttered out that pitches in West Indies and Pakistan are almost the same, hence, it will help out the men in green to better judge the scenario via the training camp.
The players have been trained to stand on the ground. The pitches of Pakistan and West Indies are the same.
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