Players will find flow from the training camp ahead SL tour, Misbah
According to sources, Misbah admitted that there is some rustiness and that’s the reason why Pakistan is playing many practice matches during the camp to find some flow.
“We are trying to get maximum batting practice and have been trying to tune ourselves for the last three days and simulate match scenarios. After all we are professional and we have to deal with whatever is coming our way so we have to manage and we will manage and will be ready by the time the series starts”, he added.
National cricket team have been undergoing a conditioning camp for the last ten days under an entirely new coaching staff headed by Waqar Younis, with the batting and fielding departments taken care of by Grant Flower and Grant Luden respectively
Team Pakistan, who last played a Test in Sharjah, will take on Sri Lanka in the first Test on August 6 in Galle.
The two teams have faced each other in five different series over the last five years – twice in Sri Lanka, twice in the UAE and once, in 2009, in Pakistan.