England has achieved a convincing series win against West Indies. It held to kick start the summer. England vs Pakistan 1st test: England Unchanged 14-man Squad. In this match of England versus Pakistan, they focus in red-ball cricket change to the series. Because of coronavirus pandemic in biosecure reards, These three-match series will be played behind closed doors.
From the decision of the national selectors on Wednesday. England’s first Test series against Pakistan will play at Old Trafford start from August 5. The players of the England team will name an unchanged squad. From their final Test in opposition to the West Indies. It was arranged in finished at Old Trafford on Tuesday.
So, the squad will consist of side beat at West Indies in the final Test. England vs Pakistan 1st test: England Unchanged 14-man Squad. He also remains similar at the same venue on Monday. Moreover plus Zak Crawley, Sam Curran, and Mark Wood also included in the team. However, Crawley had been left for this cricket match.
Because England has select additional seamer with Ben Stokes not right to bowl. National selector Ed Smith gives his message. “Afte the collectively fast win in three Tests against West Indies. We will move to Pakistan with more careful steps. Furthermore, these tests consist of a three-week. Its duration with 15 days of Test cricket.
The begin g of county cricket on Saturday 1 August. From our all efforts, we desire to have enough reserves inside the Test match in a bubble. Because we may also desire to provide opportunities. where these possible for the reserves to arrange county cricket.
There are four reserves – James Bracey, Jack Leach, Ben Foakes, and Dan Lawrence for the reporting to the Manchester venue. Since England will remain busy in a three-match ODI.Certainly, that played against Ireland.
England Test squad:
Joe Root (Yorkshire) Captain, Jofra Archer (Sussex), Jos Buttler (Lancashire), Stuart Broad (Nottinghamshire), Rory Burns (Surrey), James Anderson (Lancashire), Dom Sibley (Warwickshire), Dominic Bess (Somerset), Zak Crawley (Kent), Sam Curran (Surrey), Mark Wood (Durham), Ollie Pope (Surrey), Ben Stokes (Durham), Chris Woakes (Warwickshire)
James Bracey (Gloucestershire), Dan Lawrence (Essex), Ben Foakes (Surrey), Jack Leach (Somerset)