LAHORE (Web Desk) – The Pakistan Cricket Board decided to set up a training camp for two weeks in England.
The decision to establish the camp in England was taken in order to familiarize the players with England’s conditions.
The camp will start from June 16 in Hampshire county and may continue for two weeks. PCB Chairman Shahryar Khan will give final approval of camp.
According to PCB sources, the ongoing Abbottabad training camp will soon conclude so as to free the players up for the boot camp scheduled from May 14 to June 5 in Abbottabad.
Pakistan team will play four test matches, five ODIs and one T-20 from July to September in England.