Dubai: The visiting Pakistan group can cheer up from West Indies’ stun annihilation of hosts England in the primary Test in Southampton, feels previous Pakistan skipper Rameez Raja.
Jason Holder’s soldiers beat England by four wickets to take a 1-0 lead in the three-Test arrangement. Raja feels this England group is deficient in the batting office and can be put under tension by a strong Pakistan assault.
“Pakistan will feel sure in the wake of observing West Indies’ presentation (in the primary Test). They will feel this England group can be vanquished. Their batting doesn’t appear to be solid, in any case, the arrival of Joe Root will support them,” Rameez said during a cooperation on his YouTube channel.
“In any case, I despite everything feel this England batting line-up is fit for committing errors. They have a world class all-rounder in Ben Stokes in their positions yet rest can be put under tension.”
Pakistan are booked to take on England in an arrangement involving three Tests and the same number of T20Is after the finishing of West Indies arrangement.
The matches will be played away from plain view as a prudent step against coronavirus pandemic. Raja feels the nonattendance of vocal English group will be profitable for Pakistan.
“There won’t be any home group advantage for them. During crunch minutes, support for host group is significant. Pakistan currently realize that on the off chance that they play reasonably in England they can beat them,” Raja said.
The primary Test between the two groups will be played in Manchester beginning August 5 while the last two Tests are booked to be played in Southampton from August 13 and August 21 separately.
The three T20Is, in the mean time, will be played at a solitary a tavenue in Manchester on August 28, August 30 and September 1, separately.