KARACHI: Pakistan held a full-strength training session on Thursday at the National Bank Cricket Arena before the final Test of the three-game series against England, starting on Saturday.
All the players of Pakistan’s Test squad participated in the first training session held in Karachi while only a few England players were present on the field today along with their coaches.
On Thursday, England’s players and coaches observed the pitch and evaluated the conditions of the venue for a long part before they return to the ground for the full-strength training session tomorrow.
On the other hand, Pakistan captain Babar Azam along with head coach Saqlain Mushtaq and batting Mohammad Yousuf also assessed the wicket keenly in order to plan accordingly for the last game.
Pakistan players engaged in rigorous batting, fielding and bowling drills throughout the day as they gear up for the final encounter and deny England a chance to clean sweep the series.
It is pertinent to mention here that England have an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series after they beat Pakistan in Rawalpindi and Multan Tests.
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