Pakistan won the hurl and chose to bat first in a two-day warm-up coordinate against Leicestershire, in front of a two-Test arrangement against England.
Straight from a five-wicket triumph over Ireland in the memorable erratic Test, the group had been preparing in Leicester for the training match before going up against England at Lord’s on May 24.
Pacer Mohammad Abbas, who has spoken to Leicestershire County Cricket Club, featured with nine wickets against Ireland – an execution that shocked no one to Leicestershire Head Coach Paul Nixon.
We know how much quality Mo [Muhammad Abbas] has and the ability he can bowl with,” said Nixon. “It’ll be extraordinary to see Mo back at the Fischer County Ground and to make up for lost time with him before he returns amidst June after the Test arrangement.”
The organization of the training match is two innings for each side, with the side batting first in the principal innings permitted to confront a most extreme of 100 overs of playing. The hours of play are 11:00 neighborhood time (3pm Pakistan time) until 18:00 (10pm PST) with lunch taken at 13:00 (5pm PST) and tea at 15:40 (7:40pm PST).