Pakistan test captain Azhar Ali has bolstered his young pace assault to come great against the England batsmen when they meet in an arresting arrangement later in the year.
The groups are set to partake in a three-Test and three-T20I arrangement after the England-West Indies arrangement which will start on 8 July.
Pakistan’s pace assault includes generally unpracticed pacers like Shaheen Afridi and Naseem Shah who have never played in England.
“Regarding number of games, obviously England have huge amounts of involvement with their bowling,” Azhar was cited as saying by ESPNCricinfo. “In any case, we have the right stuff: they (our bowlers) are youthful and have a great deal to offer.
“They can offer difficulty to any group on the planet. In an exceptionally brief timeframe, they have accomplished a great deal and that is a decent sign.
“You can’t accepting experience quickly, and for that you clearly need to play more, however then we have an exceptionally experienced training staff with Waqar Younis and Mushtaq Ahmed.
“Their skill and information can be used and they will support them. So I accept, when this combo of experience and expertise is united, that we can create an extraordinary outcome. I am sure about this,” he included.
Azhar additionally feels that they are very equipped for focusing on England top-request which, as indicated by him, is delicate since the time Alastair Cook hung up his cricketing boots in 2018.
Britain have neglected to go to a settled opening mix and Azhar feels that Pakistan bowlers may utilize that for their potential benefit.
“Taking a gander at their batting, their top request has been delicate for quite a while since Alastair Cook resigned,” he said.
“They have attempted a great deal of blends of late and may be looking more settled, yet they haven’t been extremely certain with it. So there is something for us in it to take a gander at.”