Pakistan’s national cricket team of men will arrive in Derby today Monday for the second leg of their training and practice camp ahead of their first test starting from 5 August at Old Trafford, Manchester.
Pakistan was at Worcester under a 14-day period of isolation, where they practiced and played two practice intrasquad practice matches.
As per the British Summer Timmer, the squad’s training and media opportunity are:
14 July: A member of the side will be available via videoconference call for media interaction.
15 and 16 July: The side will hold training sessions in the morning and afternoon starting at 10 am and 2 pm respectively.
17-20 July: The squad will play a four-day intra-squad practice match.
21 July: A member of the side will be accessible by videoconference call for media contact.
22 and 23 July: The side will hold morning and afternoon training sessions, starting at 10 am and 2 pm, respectively.
24-27 July: The team will play an intra-squad practice match of four days.
July 28: A member of the side will be accessible via a videoconference call for media contact.
29 and 30 July: Practice sessions in the mornings and afternoons beginning at 10 am and 2 pm respectively.
1 August: Side travels to Manchester.