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Efforts are constantly being made for the recreation of the positive image of international cricket in the country.
The October T internationals, will allow the leading England cricketers to access and examine the world-class arrangements. We will put together, which will give them further encouragement and confidence to not only return in but also express their interest in Pakistan Super League.
Which has grown to become one of the top leagues in the world. It has paid a huge contribution in reviving international cricket back into the land.
PSL is a professional T cricket league, in which teams from 6 major cities compete with each other. PSL was first introduced on September 9, In PSL, international players have participated in local teams to represent Pakistan.
It is also a kind gesture to tackle the negative image and to hoist a positive flag of cricket in the country. He hugely applauds the efforts made by PCB to bring back positivity.
The games against West Indies allowed England to tinker, particularly with the bowling attack, which unearthed an embarrassment of fast-bowling riches, with Broad, Jofra Archer and Anderson all missing a Test without the attack appearing any less menacing.
Even the top order, which has never really been the same since Andrew Strauss retired eight years ago, showed flashes of encouraging promise against West Indies.
Openers Dom Sibley and Rory Burns combined for runs across the three Tests, each batsman averaging over Lower down, Joe Root may not have got the runs he'd desired but Ben Stokes more than made up for that, scoring over 90 between dismissals and demonstrating he was an automatic pick even if a niggle keeps him from bowling, as it well might in the first Test.
Jos Buttler got a half-century. Hell, even Broad did. Pakistan, meanwhile, have hung around the UK since before that West Indies series began, keeping confined amongst themselves and, by historical standards, generating impressively little gossip fodder.
The conversations in the squad have revolved entirely around tactics, team combination, player form, and, of course, whether or not Fawad Alam will finally get to play.
The side last played a Test in February, with no competitive cricket on offer since the PSL was put on hold before the semi-finals.
There has almost been an air of - whisper it softly should you dare - professionalism about how the build-up has gone. England has always seemed to Pakistan a barometer of the state of its cricket; performances here, brilliant or disastrous, have been accepted as representative of the quality of the side.
Pakistan tours to England have served as the most useful waypoints for a digestible history of the nation's cricket, encapsulating most of the recurring themes so distinctly redolent of Pakistan cricket.
From perhaps Pakistan's greatest underdog moment in to the domination of the fast bowlers in the 80s and 90s, bitter controversy in and disgrace in , Pakistan's presence in England has always seemed to put fate on notice.
They will hope the headlines they make remain strictly confined to the back pages, and with the side they have, there's no reason that won't happen.
England have not toured Pakistan since Michael Vaughan's team visited in the winter of Although they are already scheduled to play a Test series there in late , the PCB have expressed their desire for a visit sooner than that to show the ECB's support for the return of international cricket to the country.
With Pakistan's players having endured less than perfect conditions in helping England fulfil their international fixtures in , there is a sense that the ECB do owe Pakistan a reciprocal favour.
Team White won the toss and elected to field. Only 7 overs were bowled on day 2 due to rain. No play was possible on day 4 due to rain.
Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat. World Test Championship points: England 40, Pakistan 0. Only No play was possible on day 3 due to rain and bad light.
World Test Championship points: England 13, Pakistan England won the toss and elected to bat. Only 56 overs were bowled on day 4 due to rain and bad light.
Zak Crawley Eng scored his maiden century  and his maiden double century in Tests. He was also the first pace bowler and first Englishman to reach this milestone.
Pakistan won the toss and elected to field. Rain during England's innings prevented any further play. Shadab Khan Pak took his 50th wicket in T20Is.
England won the toss and elected to field. Mohammad Hafeez became the second batsman for Pakistan to score 2, runs ,  and the first cricketer to score 2, runs and take 50 wickets in T20Is.
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