The Pakistan Cricket Team will take part in a three day practice match in Hampshire from today as the men in green look to fine tune their skills for the stiff English challenge. Pakistan will also face the county teams of Somerset and Sussex, early in July, before the first Test match.
The team is currently in Hampshire where they are going through a 10 day training camp in order to acclimatize with the conditions in England. The team is being closely monitored by their new coach Mickey Arthur who was brought in in place of Waqar Younis.
The first test between Pakistan and England is scheduled to take place at Lord’s on the 14th of July which will kick start a long and tough two and a half month tour for Pakistan.