LAHORE: Pakistan cricket team has left here for England where it will play a series of four Test matches, followed by five One-day Internationals and a Twenty20 International.
On reaching London, the cricket team will undergo a ten-day training camp to get familiar with the English conditions before their first warm-up game against Somerset at Taunton on July 3.
It will play its first Test match against England from July 14 here at Lord’s.
The national team reached the Lahore Airport from the National Cricket Academy and left for London via Dubai through the flight of an international airline.
The Pakistan cricket team was accompanied by its captain Misbah-ul-Haq, manager Intikhab Alam along with nine officials including head coach Mickey Arther.
After arriving in London, the team will go to Hampshire where it will participate in a ten-day training camp before playing two side matches.
According to the schedule, Pakistan will play their first of the four Test matches from July 14 at Lord’s in London.
Courtesy : TheNews