Pakistan Tour OF England 2020 will start soon and this tour will the 3rd international event after resuming the cricket during the Covid-19. Before this England vs West Indies Test series and England vs Ireland, the ODI series has been played From 8th July to 4th August 2020.
Pakistan cricket team will be played their first event after the shut down in cricket during the worldwide pandemic Covid-19 but England will be played their 3rd event.
When will Pakistan Tour Of England will Start?
Pakistan Tour Of England already has been started from July 17 with practice match but officially tour will start from the first test match at Wednesday 5 August 2020.
How many matches in this tour?
Total number of 3 test matches and 3 Twenty20 matches will take place and last T20 match will take place on September 1 Tuesday 2020.
Pakistani and British Players eye on ICC World Test Championship
Azhar Ali, Babar Azam, Stuart Broad, and Ben Stokes will be seen during the next three series of tests between England and Pakistan.
Azhar, Babar, and Abbas among Pakistani players against England; Stokes and Broad will try to build on the profits of the West Indies series
Opportunity for England and Pakistan to advance to the ICC World Test Championship points table.
Pakistani players will try to move up the MRF Tires ICC Men test player ranking when they resume their campaign in the ICC World Test Championship with a three-game series against England that begins in Manchester on Wednesday.
Captain Azhar Ali and Vice Captain Babar Azam will be among the players in focus for Pakistan against a team that scored their first win last week after three series of tests on home soil since 1888 with players like Ben Stokes and Stuart Outstanding performance against the West Indies for massive player scoring winnings.
Since the start of 2018, among batsmen who have played at least 15 Tests— ICC (@ICC) August 3, 2020
Most runs: Joe Root – 2169
Best average: Babar Azam – 65.47
Who will play the bigger role for their team in the #ENGvPAK Tests? pic.twitter.com/4K3N3vIszt
Azhar, currently 27th among batsmen, hopes to regain the form that brought him sixth in December 2016, while Babar will hope to progress from a career-best aggregate of 800 points. Babar is currently sixth after finishing fifth in February at the best of his career.
Asad Shafiq (18th) and Shan Masood (33th) are other Pakistani batsmen who have had higher placements in the past but have had to deal with a sharp bowling attack to get back up.
Fast bowler Mohammad Abbas (13th) and experienced leg spinner Yasir Shah (24th), who finished third and first in the past, and fast bowler Shaheen Afridi (32nd) with his left arm are other Pakistani players .
For England, Stokes displaced the captain of the West Indies, Jason Holder, from the top of the all-rounder list during his last series, and Broad, formerly the frontrunner, rose to third place in the bowler list currently led by Australian fast-paced bowler Pat Cummins.
Stokes is also England’s best hitter in fourth place. Captain Joe Root (ninth) and opener Rory Burns (17th) are their next batsmen on the list. Dom Sibley (35.), Jos Buttler (44.) and Ollie Pope (46.) have the chance to build on the recent advances in home conditions, as do fast bowlers Mark Wood, Sam Curran and Jofra Archer, who dated 36th to 36th place were 39th positions close to each other.
In the WTC points table, England moved up to third place after the series against the West Indies and could possibly skip Australia to second place, while Pakistan has a chance to overtake New Zealand in fourth place.
In addition to the 2-1 win over the West Indies, England drew a two-game series against Australia 2-2 and a four-game series against South Africa 3-1. Pakistan lost both games of a two-test series against Australia, Sri suggested Lanka 1-0 in a two-match series and won the first game against Bangladesh at home. Another test was postponed due to a subsequent leg due to Covid-19.
Each series of the WTC has a value of 120 points, distributed over the number of games in a series. Points range from 60 for each game in a two-test series to 24 for each game in a five-test series.
Pakistan and England Team Squads For 1st Test
Azhar Ali (Captain)
S Ahmed (Keeper)
J Root (Captain)
J Buttler (Keeper)
Weather Conditions For Pakistan Tour Of England 2020 | 1st Test Match
As in the above image, we can see on the first day of the first test weather can be a hurdle in the game.
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